I make a list of what is available in my area then go check specs.
For paper weight increases I check the spec and look at the paper path. It it has a straight path I usually find it can exceed the rated paper weight in the spec but NO ONE will guarantee that.
As to the cartridges, with the paper concerns I fear you won't find much choice there.
I am after either an A3 or A4 laser printer that can print on heavier papers and the thickest card stock. I will mainly be using it for foiling, hence the reason for it needing to be a laser printer. Obviously it will make more sense if it has a straight path to avoid jamming and curling. I will mainly be using black toner only rather than colour, so maybe a printer that has larger mono cartridges available would be beneficial. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Many thanks - M