During the alpha build of my latest design project (when every freeping piece has to have major rework to be buildable, it crosses over from redrawing to designing), I have encountered the dreaded printer resizing gremlin. My Epson 820 reduces width by about 2.5% and reduces length by about 6.6%. The way I found out was equal-sized parts were no longer equal when some were oriented on the page vertically and others horizontally. After getting parts resorted on the pages to help equalize the size reductions going on, the build is progressing with no major difficulties, but the length of the boat is going to be reduced by nearly a full inch from what it was designed to be. My question to the other designers is....do all printer brands reduce dimensions in near the same proportion as my Epson? I am thinking of "normalizing" the parts pages (intentionally distorting the dimensions so that, after the printer does its thing on them, printed parts sizes will be at least close (within a couple of pixel widths) to what I intended them to be. However, what helps correct the problem for my printer may exaggerate the problem for someone else's printer. Would that be better than just including a "scale" on the side of the pages and letting the individual modeller figure out what they need to do for size correction?