I have a question for you guys. I design graphic stuff like invitations etc. I am in cooperation with some printing company but we have a problem.
They use Xerox C75 and I print on 330x488 eco paper (250g). The problem is that there are four invitation on one piece of paper. They cut it on the machine but there is huge offset (about 4mm) between first and last invitation.
It cannot happen because it looks ugly. They say that it's normal that printer is moving its printouts a little bit and when they cut it on the machine this happens and there is nothing we can do about it.
Please tell me if it's true. This printer costs about $10k, i don't believe that there is offset for about 4mm betwen first and 20th piece of paper in the printout.