50 Blank 4"x6" Heavy Duty 14pt Index Cards, Postcards
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In case the printer can print in 14 pt 0.14") and doesn't have a tight spindle should can be used. You will, however, not be able to print on thick paper if your printer is not designed for such material.
In the exact 4x6 format. The number Nine belongs to Barbara Hurta. The following are the last two of 18. It is 1830PM
The type of printer will determine how much ink it uses. Some of our customers have been able to print them directly from our website. A 4x6 sized piece of paper must be able to fit in your printer. Not all printers are capable of accommodating that size (not all papers can fit in small printers). In addition, your printer might bend the paper if you tune the paper in a tight roll.
101 mm is the size in mm. Six times 152. The number 4 is equal to the number The card thickness is 3556 mm per
Selected User Reviews For 50 Blank 4"x6" Heavy Duty 14pt Index Cards, Postcards
It is ideal for when you are just starting your business to save on some costs. I bought these blank 4x6 cards to use with my new LuLaRoe business. To make things worse, having invested a great deal of money to get started, I didn't have the funds to order a bunch of business cards at the beginning. I was able to invest a small amount in these cards and print them from home, which saved me a substantial amount of money. It was possible to print one side of the cards as well as the back. A Thank You note and social media contacts were printed on one side of the card, and care instructions were printed on the other. In addition to printing, I also needed to print. As a result, I did not begin printing the entire batch from the beginning. In order to ship my orders, I print the number of copies I needed every week. As far as the card stock itself is concerned, it is nice. The paper is heavy, and I am pleased with the print quality. It is a great product to get if you are just starting out your business and looking for a way to save money until you begin to make a profit.
There are several versions out there and these ones are a bit thicker and ideal for recipe cards - I tried others and they were too thin for that use. It makes no difference whether I use them for handwriting, laser printing, or ink jet printing, they continue to hold up tend to do a couple of things to keep mine safe The cards I use to store general recipe cards are protected with vinyl. When I make drink mix recipe cards, the front and back are covered with clear packing tape, then I trim off about 1/4" around the edges, making sure it is well sealed - sort of My brother laser jet (with one card at a time through the smaller slot) is usually how I feed these. You can cut up a greeting card, cut it into a 4x6-inch size, and feed it into your printer if you're not sure if it will work with this type of paper.
They did arrive beat all to heck with a lot of wear on the edges, but they were still 4 stars. That's fine, thank you!.
I have bought cheap notecards from the local department stores in the last couple of years, which were pathetically thin and weak On the other hand, the thickness of these cards are something I have never felt in a while. They clearly can handle abuse, and I have not had any problems using glue on them (thinner notecards would bend or warp under glue, but these didn't). As well as for writing, they work well. I highly recommend this book!.
Despite the fact that the printer manual did not say I could print on index cards, I managed to get it to work with these high-quality cards The cards should be of good quality. This can be challenging because I had to manually feed them one at a time through the front of the machine. To do this, I inserted the 4" side into the printer so that the printed text lined up with the 6" side. To do this I placed it in a text box and They will go out to back our candidate in the general election. I did not spoil any of the batch of 50.
This is a great quality index card. It is heavy but thin enough to make it easy to run through the printer. It is only the price that bothers me. Normally, I would never pay $7 for anything. The index cards were 95 cents at Staples, but I wanted quality stock for invitation inserts and was unable to find it on the Staples or Office Depot website.
The next time I buy these, I will buy them. While they are a little pricey, they are still worth the money. In order to fold one, I had to use two hands to bend it in half. I don't think they're made of cardboard, but they are quite sturdy nonetheless. It fills the nerd inside of me so much joy. This makes it difficult for Sharpies to write on it, but Pentels do just fine. Flash cards are great for this. All other reviews were accurate, and I am glad I listened to them.
As a result, I was able to mail the cards, and they were nice and heavy. They were a little flimsy when I purchased them from Office Depot.