I am printing out some of the Digital Navy sheets and when I measure the hash marks out I find that I’m about .5 to 1.5mm too short in the throughput, depending on the printer I send it to print out on. The width measurement is always correct it’s just the length that seams off. This would not be a problem for the smaller pieces, but on the bigger longer pieces it will add up and I will end up with alignment issues. The 4 printers I have tried are all were short: HP LaserJet 2840 ( 1mm ) HP DeskJet 842c ( .5mm ) Xerox DocPrint N2125 ( 1mm ) Brothers MFC-8300 ( .75mm ) I was looking at the way the paper travels through the printers I have and figure that the more the paper turns, the more it is off. Has anyone ever had this problem with other printers? I’m thinking of getting a different printer now but I’m worried that I will still have the same problem. Thanks for listening to my issues.