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So I'm going to be printing out a couple sets of cards for games that my friends and I plan on playing.
The first, Cards Against Humanity, and the second being homemade cards detailing stuff for a roleplaying game so that everyone can track their equipment, abilities, and whatever else better.
I'm looking for something that'll print high quality images on fairly heavy cardstock, specifically 110lb. I've found a few printers that look like they'll do the job, but I honestly have no idea what's going to be good for cardstock other than the fact that I should be looking for something that feeds from the back and out the front as opposed to the last one I had that fed in the front and out the front. The 110lb cardstock isn't strictly required, but it is what I happen to have sitting in my room so I'd most prefer to use that rather than buying more. If it's too heavy, though, I could switch.
I've got a few that I'm looking at now, but I'm on the fence. Anyone have any recommendations?