question about printing with ink (100% page coverage) and paper curling after it dries

Posted on 2013-10-20
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Hi I have an epson printer which I have hooked up to a CIS (continuous ink system) and when I print some forums that take 100% ink page coverage, there is so much ink that it makes the paper curl after it dries. I tried thicker paper but it does the same thing.

I can change the quality to low and it does not use as much ink so the curl is less, but the quality looks very poor. Any trick to dry them so they dont curl?
Question by:hydrive1902
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wolfcamel earned 1000 total points
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glossy paper will help
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Alan Henderson earned 1000 total points
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You may have to change the paper quality as wolfcamel said, or you can use a deroller:


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wow I cant believe they sell the deroller for that price! I had an idea to make one out of a long spool of paper (20 feet long) and just rolled it up, and rolled the documents that were curled into the paper and it worked great! thanks!
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by:Alan Henderson
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You're welcome.


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