Dura Copy or All-Weather Copier Paper
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(lococoyo) - F
Dura Copy or All-Weather Copier Paper on 05/26/2008 05:12:05 MDT Print View

Which one is it? Both for laser printer...

Rite in the Rain:

Dura Copy - waterproof, synthetic, tear resistant >$0.50/sheet

-OR-

All-Weather Copier Paper - waterproof, cellulose product <$0.50/sheet

I've been using contact paper to laminate my maps but it gets to be alot of work to cover large quantities of pages without bubbles, and with perfect waterproof margins. The $1-$2/page to get them laminated at the copy shop is too rich for my blood.

Which way to go? Is the All-Weather too weak? Or are both of them? Should I look into printable tyveks? Last time I experimented with them, the tyvek got too wrinkled and the resolution was crap.

Joe Kuster
(slacklinejoe) - MLife

Locale: Flatirons
Dura Copy or All-Weather Copier Paper on 05/26/2008 19:26:21 MDT Print View

Well for laser I've had good luck with the $.10 / sheet write-in-the-rain stuff. Works like a charm.