What home printers can print small similar to the checks the lines?

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  • Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    most home printers can't do that, which is why they do that on checks and legal docs, so they cannot be copied.

    you need a high-end laser printer to pull that off.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    Any decent "photo quality" printer can do fine detail.

    For an inkjet type, one that uses pigmented ink will give sharper edges on black lines and text - dye type inks tend to soak in to the paper and follow the fibres in it, giving slightly fuzzy edges.

    Laser printers do not have that problem and should give razor-sharp lines in any colour or combination, as long as the image being printed is good enough quality.

    Note that if you try to scan or print anything that looks like banknote style fine detail work as used to prevent counterfeiting, the scanner or printer will probably mess it up - they have some level of image recognition to try and prevent people making crude copies of money..

    You can legitimately print cheque blanks to use against your own bank account (with your bank's approval) and some programs have specific facility to do that.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    None. That's why that feature exists: so checks can't be easily copied / forged. To even make an attempt at it, you need a laser printer; ink is absorbed by the paper and will smear at a small scale.

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    none, they can't do much that we want them to do

    try again

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