I think this might have been posted before, but I'm not too sure. I have printed a model on photo paper, it's probably about 65# in weight. I normally print on regular 65# or 110# cardstock, but I find that I lose some of the detail when printing on regular cardstock. It seems to just become really fuzzy. So I tried the photo paper and love the fact that every detail is there. I'm using a Lexmark X5070 inkjet printer. The problem I'm having is when I cut the parts out, the color flakes off!wall1 Would an application of heat to the ink right after it comes out of the printer help set the ink? Or is there something I could spray onto the paper to prevent it from flaking? I have some Tamiya gloss clear that I bought to spray it with, but am afraid it will ruin the print. The Tamiya paints are acrylic water based except for the spray paints. I know this because I tried to clean some of the spray type paint with water out of a brush, and just ruined my brush! If there is anyone who can point me in the right direction with this?