From: James Young (email@example.com)
Date: 10/23/01-11:10:41 PM Z
> >>I am making some POP prints, and I have observed that they very easily get
>>>fingerprints on them even when dry. But if you leave a big margin around
>>>the image area, you waste a lot of gold toner. So, what's a good
>>>compromise here? You need some way to pick up the print and look at it,
>>>without getting your finger prints on the image, but you don't want to
>>>waste toner. Is there some other solution?
>I wonder if you are really using much toner with the margins. What is
>there in the marging to be toned? How do margins waste toner?
The margins do use up toner if they aren't blocked off when printed .
as the margins will go black when printed the margins will take lots
of gold . making a mask with black construction paper helps, but
printing close to size is the best. Jamie Young in Madison, WI
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