12-01-2011 12:00 PM
I understand that I can make a booklet with 1 heavyweight cover and inside pages of lighter paper...but...
What is the heaviest paper that I can use for the inside pages and still have it fold properly?
I am using the ColorQube 9203 with the high volume finisher and booklet maker. The booklets I'm making are between 20-40 pages (so 5-10 sheets to be folded). I've found guides for the trays and the printer itself, but I can't find anything definitive on the finisher.
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12-01-2011 04:49 PM - edited 12-01-2011 04:52 PM
I have done so, but all the documents I've gotten have been for the printer itself and not for the Finisher. I feel like they have to be somewhere on the Xerox site!
For instance, this is all I can find on the finisher:
High-Volume Finisher w/ Booklet maker: Booklet maker, Multi-position stapling, Saddle-stitch booklet maker, Single-position stapling, V-folding (optional: 2-hole legal punch, 2-hole punch, 3-hole punch, Hole punch, Post-process inserter), 250+3000-sheet tray
12-01-2011 07:08 PM
Thank you for using the community forum. There is a detailed specification document that might answer your questions. Click on the link above and then scroll down to the output options starting on the 4th page. I hope this answers your questions about the finisher that you have.
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