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Headquartered in Milan, Italy, Gruppo Cordenons is a fourth generation family paper mill that has a long standing reputation for manufacturing high quality, premium paper since 1630. With eight distinguished lines and an impressive environmental charter, Gruppo's papers are well known favorites among creative hobbyists and professionals alike.
At LCI Paper, we house a variety of laser and ink jet printers so that we can test print our specialty papers, envelopes, and invitation cards and offer printing recommendations to our customers. In addition, we print a variety of sample pieces to be used in the product photos, tutorial articles, and videos that are seen throughout our website. On occasion, we also print large format documents such as wide signage (11x17, 13x19) or invitations and specialty paper that measure over the standard 8 1/2 x 14 inch legal size.
To add to our printer variety, we recently purchased a Canon Pixma iX7000 - a large format ink jet corporate and graphic arts printer that was chosen for its price; ability to print a wide range of paper sizes, weights, textures, and finishes; print borderless; and connect to a network for shared use.
Read this printer review to learn how the Canon Pixma iX7000 printer has performed.
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Your users will be able to compare specialty paper types and their density ratings whether the specs are displayed in pounds, the North American standard, or in grams per square meter, the European standard. Here's how it works
Sandie in Connecticut sent us a beautiful handmade wedding invitation ensemble that she created using a combination of metallic, vellum, and linen specialty paper and embellishments. You’ll hear directly from the designer as she talks about the process and the tools she used.