In past years, I have had customers (municipalities) that had similar 
requirements. They selected the Lexmark brand (the model escapes me) and they 
were very satisfied with the results.--- On Thu 12/08, 
ccarroll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx < ccarroll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:From: 
ccarroll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto: ccarroll@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]To: 
midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 19:23:21 -0600Subject: 
Quality Index Card PrinterPosted this on Non-tech because I'm not sure where it 
fits.I was hoping someone here has experience with a laserjet printer that is 
good at printing to a high number of index cards, day in and day out.The 
printer will be connected to a AS/400 over the LAN. It will print between 100 
and 200 cards a day, so something that can have large amount of index card 
loaded in a tray would be needed. I know most all printers out now will handle 
index cards, however I was hoping someone here has experience with printing on 
them in this kind of volume. We 
have researched and have found several IBM/Lexmark models that say they fit the 
bill, but It would be nice of hearing of some first hand experience so we have 
confidence the printer we buy will be able to handle cards as good as the data 
sheet and or salesman say they can.I apologize if I posted this in the wrong 
place, just looking for some personal experience in this is all.Thank you,Chad 
Carroll-- This is the Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries 
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