If you make your cuts based on the deckle edge, that is to say, each
cut is parallel to the deckle, you will not experience this variation.
> I've been running proofs on my Hannamuhle paper, with one end deckled.
> My book format is small, 4.5x7, so I've been trying 8-up in a
> Vandercook. Since my margins are tight, the deckle actually cuts into
> them if I print with a smooth lead-off edge. I'm about ready to stop
> and recut the paper, deckles off. I've done larger pieces with deckles
> and because of the larger margins, the variations of lost margin space
> (next to the deckle) are not dramatic.
> Skip the deckles, go for the cut? I don't see any other wayy
> Thanks again