I don't see an specific thread about printers for envelopes, so.. Does anyone would recommend a printer, laser if possible, for printing the A2 or A6 envelopes and that is able to be fed more than one or a couple at the time? .. For large quantities, yellow letter campaigns.
Thank you everyone for the input!
Printed envelopes get a much lower response than handwritten. We've done both and our cost per acquisition nearly doubled when we used a font that looked like handwriting. I would spend the extra money and get the actual pen on paper, it makes the difference.
That being said, when we printed our envelopes we used an HP Laserjet 4250 printer with an HP envelope feeder. The feeder allows you to put in around 50 at a time.
Hi Braden, thanks so much for the response! Thats exactly what I was looking for. Currently I am handwriting all my envelopes, but I want to give a handwritten font a try and speed the process.
@Braden C - Would you recommend the same printer for a yellow letters? I'm finding the old one I currently use is jamming too much or it is grabbing several sheets at a time causing the texts to not align. I'm looking to upgrade.
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