What happened to Hp Brochure & Flyer paper?

Discussion in 'Technology' started by studlymuffin, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. studlymuffin

    studlymuffin New Member Member

    What happened to Hp Brochure & Flyer paper it was the best for printing dvd covers. Now the crap that has replaced it is the worst paper I have ever used. I was just wondering if anyone else used this paper and has found a good replacement or found a place to get that same paper.
  2. plundin

    plundin Member Master Designer

    Thats Sad

    I still have the other, this is a sad day.
  3. rocky6666

    rocky6666 Member Designer

    Hp Brochure & Flyer paper is available on ebay still to buy
  4. Hailstorm

    Hailstorm The Sarge Staff Member Site Staff

  5. jayhawk

    jayhawk Administrator Staff Member

    heh, buy it up fellas :)
  6. michael

    michael Freshman Designer

    I found that the staples brand 180g brochure and flyer paper is a good alternative (same cost). Although, if you're printing a really nice custom then go for the 300g photo paper on satin finish... AMAZING!
  7. studlymuffin

    studlymuffin New Member Member


    Thankyou for the replys I still have had no luck getting this paper maybe ebay will have some. What is a good alternative for this paper?
  8. alexs

    alexs Freshman Member

    I could not find this paper anywhere. The new replacement from HP is a much lower quality. In fact, all new HP papers I have tried are of a lesser quality than the previous version. Anybody has a link of where I can find the old Hp Brochure & Flyer paper ?
  9. minga1617

    minga1617 New Member Member

    I use 32lb Premium Gloss 8.5x 14 paper from Red River Paper for all my covers. Beautiful job.
  10. alexs

    alexs Freshman Member

    Got link ?

    *Edit * Never mind. I found it. It is too expensive.
    Last edited: Dec 28, 2010
  11. alexs

    alexs Freshman Member

    Digital Faq recommends the Hammermill Color Copy Paper (28lb). I just ordered some samples. 500 sheets under $20.00!! Is this a case of you get what you pay for ? I have never been disappointed by a product recommended by digital faq yet but we shall see.
  12. hball55

    hball55 Member Member

    I use 65 lb. card stock . . . anybody else use card stock.
  13. studlymuffin

    studlymuffin New Member Member

    I have had no luck finding a good replacement so I have no printed any covers since I posted this back in 2010. Good for me saved lots of money and space in my house.
  14. tightline_69

    tightline_69 Freshman Member

    Last edited: Feb 13, 2013
  15. thedemise

    thedemise Member Member

    Hp Brochure paper is the best I've found yet to print covers on. I still buy it on eBay, but now it's a little more expensive :-(

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