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Old 05-06-2018, 12:58 PM
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Friends a question.
If I want to change the scale of a pdf file of World of Paper tanks. I saw that the models are 1:50 and would like to increase to 1:25. I know I will have to edit the file somehow, since it will not fit on a normal A4 sheet.
So it would only increase 200% the size of the model.
And what program would be interesting to edit the template.
Thank you
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Old 05-06-2018, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by juniorbrasil View Post
And what program would be interesting to edit the template.
Thank you
All WoPT files I have opened were PDFs embedding one large raster with the base textures, plus several vector objects for tabs, part numbers, and text annotations. If you want to preserve the vector features, Inkscape works fine, but one page at a time.
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AXM 1:100 scale to 1/60

I am trying to match the AXM stand alone Tesla Payload to a Matchbox model if the actual car. I found one on E-bay cheap snd itís perfect for this. But I am having issues trying to upscale it which look like about 160% on my printer. I have an Edson 1400 Wide 13x19 printer but nothing I do allows me to get it all, on the paper even though there is room. How can I get this to work?
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