I haven't tried running swell paper through a bubblejet printer. I am not
familiar with this technology yet. I have a HP deskjet printer that uses a
cold process to print with. I will try printing tonight (I hope). One problem
with using a printer to directly print the swell paper is that when activated,
the paper would be more likely to jam in the printer. My idea for a "fix" to
this problem is to print on the paper cold and then run it through the fuser.
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