Print on wood with your inkjet? Sounds crazy, but I did it. I’ll show you how. Get a sheet of 1/64 Birch Plywood and trim it so that it’s 8 ½ inches wide. It will then feed fine into my HP 692c printer, so it should work on most brands. The grain goes perpendicular to the feed roll so that the wood can wrap around the roller. I then used my greeting card software to make a sign. The image needs rotated 90 degrees so it lines up correctly with the grain in the wood. Test on paper first to save money on wood. I then made a nice fence from my test image.