I have a Canon tech coming out tomorrow to have a look. Hopefully he can offer some help. I have seen the problem on two separate ipf5000's so I dont think it is a fault with my printer.
I actually found there is a test pattern for calibrating the feed in the trailing edge, this however did not seem to help.
Personally I think it is a software bug as it goes wrong about 1 inch from the end of the paper, and comes right about 1/2 inch before the end of the paper.
Anyone else seen this ?
Probably is a software problem but one that needs to be fixed in code. when the screens are written there is always a problem in the end of pages for whatever brand of printer you like. Epson have the better solution for onboard writing/translation/screening whatever you'd like to call it. Canon and HP have this in software to a much larger degree so it introduces variability in screen depths and options in driver for plotting the document.
If I am right about this, I am still confident that Canon will fix this quickly so it shouldn't be a big problem.