Originally Posted by Gray Beard
I take my plans with me and give the person the disc and just say 100% please. As the plans come out of the machine I have the original taped to the window and make sure there machine has printed them to the correct size just by placing the printed copy over the original. If I'm getting two copies made they don't need tobe exactly the same as the original, a little over or under is OK. Your going to cut upone copy and build over the other so as long as they are the same your OK. By matching the copy to the original it will also show the machine operator how off there machines calibration is. Not too big of a deal. If the operator is a pain I make them get the copies dead on. I can be a pain myself when I want to be.
Hello Gray Beard,
To clarify what I was thinking. A pdf file can have any size when printed.
If the file on a disk or flash drive is not the size we want to build then I think the 100% would print the size of the pdf file.
That is the reason why I posted using different words.
If the pdf file is already the size we want to build then of course the 100% will print the size we wish to build.
I do not understand when you write Your going to cut up one copy and build over the other
I thought one would build over the cut copy for convenience of not having the whole sheet on the work table.
Ya _ _ _ Hee! ... Hee! ... Am I being a pain ? I do not wish to be.