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    Default Re: Rhodia-like Copier Paper?

    @niels The Clairefontaine DCP looks very well behaved.

    We have some very good options listed here. I continue to practice with the Kokuyo KB and have no issues with it. While not as smooth as Rhodia, itís smooth, and not toothy at all. I also havenít encountered much in the way of feathering using a variety of inks (Diamine Oxford Blue, Pilot Shin Kai, J. Herbin Bleu des Profondeurs, and Waterman Mysterious Blue).

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    I do not recommend the Hammermill Printer Paper, Premium Color 28 lb Copy Paper for fountain pens as it feathers a lot with various inks (not just boutique inks). Otherwise, the paper is lovely, bright, and has a pleasant texture. Wicks ink almost like a paper napkin. Amazon reviews disagreed but it feathered badly with think and thin inks, flex and fine writing.

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