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    Please can anybody tell me if you have an Epson Expression XP-345 printer, or the Epson XP-245 printer,and if they take 250gsm card. Also, if these printers are any good. I cannot find this info anywhere, and I'm about to rip my hair out, so PLEASE HELP! xx

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    You will find most printer manufacturers ten not to put the maximum card or paper thickness in its info which is of no help to anyone. Personally, I had problems with Epson printers, changed to a canon pixma which has never been a problem in eight years now. It will also happily print on 330gsm which is business card stock. Doesn't say it will in any literature but it does. The FB groups I am in also say that canons tend to be okay with thicker paper or card. You can phone the manufacturers helpline and ask....


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