I've been printing with an HP 2500cp to hp high gloss photo paper C3881A. I then coat a piece of sanded tempered hardboard with plain yellow wood glue and vacuum press the print to the wood. Works great and it very easy. Gives me a long time to adjust center and get to press. Now I have run out of C3881A. I bought Q1427A paper as HP has replaced 3881 with it. This paper cannot handle water based glue at all. It cockles like there is no tomorrow. I have had to switch to a solvent based glue. I use plain contact cement but my open time is reduced because it absorbs quickly into the wood. It also doesn't flow and I find small lumps under the print. I'm experimenting with thinning the contact cement but most solvents I've tried evaporate too quickly. Does anyone have experience with what I am doing and do you have a recommendation for better paper or adhesive?