Originally Posted by Qwasian
no, it happens during the cutting process....... they are mass producing them and if the cutter doesn't cut super sharp and completely clean it leaves chip areas........ the answer would be to use more dense paper, only problem is I think you run into printing problems then, so it's a catch 22.
Yes, I believe they need to replace the blades more often because the thicker card stock wears faster
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