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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Come on now, I know the customer runs a label sheet thru, peels of three labels. then prints more labels on same sheet by running it thru again! Multiply by static electricity?


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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    That should be made up as a worksheet. Then when the customer ask, just hand them a sheet and watch their face as they look at the math.
    I tell you one thing, they won't ever question you about the paper again or anything else for that matter. You can do it without listing the steps, with a calculator or excel spreadsheet (which you could do right in front of them). Just make sure you save a copy of the formula and the conversions. The conversions are the hard part. The rest is multiply then divide. Easy as PI.


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    How'd ya manage that? 500+ Posts zed255's Avatar
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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Mystery paper = Answer, NO!

    Zed
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    Think of your three closest friends...
    If they seem okay, then You're The One.

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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    hi all
    even Albert himself dweled on thath equasion.how to calculate paper thickness
    he came up with E = m c^2
    that means:
    E-every
    m-multifunction
    c-copier
    2-double sided
    meaning : find the thickest paper and shove it,
    trouh every multifunction copier thath you see in duplex mode of corse

    the way i see it all customers are Einsteins.



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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Quote Originally Posted by zed255 View Post
    Mystery paper = Answer, NO!

    Amen, brother!

    No wrapper, no case, no idea where it came from or how long it was sitting in some dank closet? Don't call me when it jams. (unless it's a charge call)


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    Can I use this paper?

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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    I've got to add a new horror in the "what can I feed through my machine" saga: "Easy Peel Labels"! You can guess how much fun I had pulling those out of the machine.

    Customer: "But it says it's for laser printers"
    Me: "Yes, but if it says 'easy peel' just imagine what that means as it travels a 4 foot paper path!"

    Why does every customer think they're the first one to ever say: "you've been here so much we should get you an office, ha, ha, ha"?

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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Or even worse........... transparencies!


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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Quote Originally Posted by pacman View Post
    Or even worse........... transparencies!

    ...... or worse than that new in today..... iron-on inkjet-only t-shirt transfers.

    On the plus side, The ruined fusing belt in my van now has a fetching design permanently welded to it. I may use it as a new hood ornament, or hang it from my rear-view mirror.


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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Oh man! I'd just tell them "next time just run the shirt....you may have better luck!"


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    Re: Can I use this paper?

    Had a teacher at local grade school put a iron on transfers thru a HP CLJ 4550 printer.
    When that one did not come out she tried another.....

    Four iron on transfers were wrapped around the fuser roller.
    I was able to cut them off and save the fuser.

    And she teaches out children.


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