What is the thickest cardstock paper YOU have been able to send through your ET-2750?


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Hi All:
It seems that a lot of people print beyond the actual specs that Epson lays out in terms of how thick a paper it will accept.
I have been able to successfully print on 80lb cardstock (not 80lb Paper weight or text weight, but Cover weight).
I saw a video where someone was able to change the "Print Density" using a PC which allowed that person to print heavier paper. I couldn't find a MAC equivalent setting to do the same.
When I try to print on 110lb (which my old XP-830 would do), the 2750 immediately informs me that that there is a paper jam and will smoothly eject the paper.

If anyone has a workaround I would like to hear it please.

Thanks
 
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Your printer software might already have the function built in, look for platen gap adjustment, its used for configuring printer for thicker papers; within specifications of course.
 
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Appreciate the response. My old xp-830 had a setting for "Thicker" paper. Not the ET-2750 unfortunately.
I'm still testing stuff. Printer will accept 110lb Recollections paper, but not 110lb Accent paper. Accent (my preferred brand) must be a hair thicker . . . :(
 

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