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Old 09-18-2017, 11:15 PM   #4
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Default Re: Printing cardboard heroes

I use 110 lb. cardstock in my inkjet printer for tri-fold figures, and it's certainly "good enough."

But if you're looking to print things onto chipboard as heavy as the Ogre/DFRPG figs, my suggestion would be adhesive printer paper. Print what you want, cut it out, peel the backing, stick it on. (Or, ya know, old school -- just print what you want on regular paper and use a glue stick. Either way, gamer arts and crafts time!)
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