1. Modify jig so that substrate is supported in all print/contact areas.
2. Work piece mounted at wrong angle.
2. Test correct angle using adjustable wedge.
3. Jig too unstable.
3. Produce new jig.
Distortion means that a printed rectangle, for example, does not show any right-angled corners, and has more the shape of a cushion. Distortion occurs primarily in very curved motifs or in motifs which are in proximity to an edge of the area to be printed or of the substrate. It is often impossible to achieve a 100 % correction. It is possible to make a wraparound print, but improvements with this method are also limited.