I routinely print #10, A2 and A6 envelopes within my Canon iP4000 and older
Canon printers. The iP4000 quickly manages 12 to 15 at any given time without any
problems. One other Canon printers can handle 10 roughly without issues. If
you aren't running more than a few hundred at any given time it is not a lot of a
problem, nonetheless it does get slightly humdrum to help keep feeding the printer in the event that you
have several thousand doing. Been here, done that.
"Kevin" penned in message
It has been my experience there is no inkjet printer that can
effectively and affordably manage volume envelope printing tasks. Oh sure, the
paperwork says they are able to simply take 10 envelopes at the same time, in reality
can really just deal with one envelope at the same time. Usually, you've got
jamming to deal with. If you have been utilizing an inkjet printer and it may
handle more than one envelope at the same time, you have successful!
"aiWorks" had written in message
> we a mid volume publishing, assemblying procedure and print a lot of
> # 9 and #10 envelopes with different details, designs, etc...
> we have attempted various technologies and standard inkjet printers (with a
> continuous ink system) appear to work the greatest (espcially for expense).
> but i can not get a hold of a regular inkjet that we can stock up with more
> than 10 envelopes. I'd like to steer clear of true "envelope printers"
> because they could be high priced (we truly need a number of) and aren't because versatile
> at that they'll print.
> Anyone have actually knowledge converting an inkjet printer to an envelope
> printer (by modifying the printer)? We do countless printer maintenance
> and rebuilding internally, where not bashful about ripping into one.