Hi all, I have a big paper shriking problem since the beginning of my gum printing activities (I'm only a beginner) 1.5 years ago. Classic problem I would say, after the first coating/developing/drying, once I try to re-register the transparency negative with the paper, I get about 1mm off for print 18cm in width (that's 0.04 " off for a 7 " print). It's enough to make the print to look blurry after the second coating. I tried pre-soaking the paper in different manners, tried pre-soaking and drying twice before the first coat, tryed let it soak a full day, no avail. Tried different papers, BFK Rives, Somerset, Lanaquarelle, Montval, Hahnemuhle ... same issue more or less. In the summer, when the temperature is about 25°C and 50% relative humidity, I get 1mm off on a 18cm print (A5) and in winter when it's more like 20°C and 60-70% humidity, its a bit better but still 1mm off for a 29cm print (A4). It doesnt even make sense to try bigger prints ... What can I do about this ? Pre-shrink 10 times ? Print on wood instead of paper ?... Thanks for your ideas & help in advance !