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Old June 20th, 2019 Jun 20, 2019 5:54:02 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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I have a question.. what laser paper will work with a Oki C9200 laser printer?
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Default Re: Laser printer question..

Any paper designed for laser printers or copiers will work just fine. Just don't use paper that was designed for inkjet printers.

Actually, you can use almost any kind of paper, even paper that has not been specifically labeled as made for laser printers. I have used some fancy paper for some projects (such as a newsletter or flyers).

For example, I really like the slightly textured and colored (ivory or natural) Neenah Royal Sundance text paper, weight 70 (104 g/m2). It is perfect for printing on both sides of the sheet. It is acid free. But nowhere on the packaging does it say that it is meant for laser printers. Still, it works very well for laser printing.

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^ is not exactly right. Depends on the laser. There are two different fuser systems, silicone oil and not silicone oil. Also depending on your laser the fuser maybe get to hot or not hot enough. To hot and you'll melt the coating to your fuser.
Whatever paper your thinking of using its best to ask either the manuf or dist if that laser is compatible. If its newer it might no be an issue, if older then might be issues.
Some of the laser papers used are
CL trimfree aka ExactPrint
Neehan has some laser papers too, heck they might make most of them anyways...
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