> LOL. Okay, I have a LaserWriter which I also love. However, even when
> using 24 pound paper I get a *bit* of curling. If I don't take the paper
> out as it prints and put it on a flat surface under a heavy book, I can
> get some serious curl (curlage?). Any advice, Victor and/or Laurent?
I would say that curling of paper is a matter of humidity. We had that too
but I don't remember what exactly caused the curls, to much or to little
humidity. In our institutes printer room is a tag, asking to keep the doors
and windows closed to preserve the 30% hum.
-- With best regards / Viele Gruesse
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