I've recently had a bunch of letter heads printed using a digital printing process. Upon using them in my laser printer, the ink is being melted onto the drum / roller and the transferred as a ghosted image down the page. I'm reliably informed that this is the problem with using lasr printers with such materials.
My question then is this; is there such a thing as a laser printer that operates at temperatures low enough to prevent such an ink re-melting / transfer issue? And if so, who makes this wonderful machine?
Thanks in advance.