* Pre-shrink: If you are using regular drafting vellum (not designed to withstand the heat of the laser printer) you may need to pre-shrink it by running it through a dryer. However, this isn't recommended nor required with Caseys' Translucency. Caseys' Translucency is shipped preshrunk and coated for stability.
* Pre-warm printer: To eliminate variations in separations, try warming your printer by sending two sheets of paper through before using the Translucency.
* Vacuum: If the Translucency is in registration but your screens are out of registration, try reducing the vacuum on your exposure table. Too much vacuum can stretch the Translucency.