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josef mayer

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Monday, February 26th 2007, 5:19pm

Wassermühle und mehr in 1:72

Hallo Kartonisten,

Ich habe eine für mich neue Seite entdeckt. Die 4 Modelle machen einen sehr guten Eindruck.
Das Ganze ist sehr gut für Anfänger geeignet. Außerdem sollte das Ganze auch für Table Top Spieler interesant sein.

der Link http://www.zippys3dmodels.co.uk/page17.html

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Wednesday, February 28th 2007, 10:11pm

Konnte die Seite nicht erreichen. Der link scheint tot zu sein.

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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 7:28am

Meinst Du dieses Modell?
Der Link scheint wirklich nicht mehr zu gelten, habe es gerade auch versucht.
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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 7:37am

Hallo Adolf,
ja die Modelle hab ich gemeint, die Wassermühle hätte ich auch gerne gehabt.

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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 9:08am

hallo,

ich habe gerade den link benutzt und es hat geklappt. ich konnte die wassermühle downloaden.

gruss
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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 9:58am

Hier sind drei weitere Modelle der Seite.
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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 5:08pm

When I downloaded the paddle store, the resolution turned out to be 72 dpi, which gives the wrong size for 1:87. Anybody have an idea what the resolution ought to be to get the right size - 200 dpi?

Is there a similar problem with the other versions?

Leif
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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 5:14pm

Yes, i´ve had the same problem in the past. Mostly i took any reference for scaling (a door has mostly 2 meters height :D)
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Thursday, March 1st 2007, 10:50pm

Well, that's how I arrived at 200 dpi - or somewhere in that neighbourhood. I was just wondering whether anyone had a better or more informed suggestion...

Reducing the drawing to fit A4 printing area is another suggestion which usually gets you into the correct neighbourhood as well - but in the case of the paddle shop we have two scales. Probably should see what brings the 1:72 version to A4, and then go from there...

Anybody?

Leif

PS. While you're thinking, I did some trial & error experiments. If you choose print to fit for the "00" version, you'll have to reduce it to almost exactly 35 percent. Which means 205-206 dpi.

If you try the same thing for the "HO" version, you get 40 percent, i.e. 180 dpi.

Don't know if that's correct, however....
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Saturday, March 3rd 2007, 8:29am

info from the Papermodels Group

This was a post to the Papermodels group on Google groups about this model. It's from the model creator, so it's a reliable source :D. It follows the line of thinking you had in your experimentation, but gives the correct answers! Hope this helps!

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The images are too big because they are compressed.

However, the solution is simple and I'll add this info to my web site.

ALL my card models are designed on and saved as A4 landscape jpg's. All
you folks have to do is open each HO image in Photoshop then resize it
to 18.35cm X 25.94cm and set resolution at 200. Then print out WITHOUT
any further size changes or scaling straight onto regular A4 paper or
card.

For the OO scale,open each image in Photoshop then resize it to 21cm X
29.7cm and set resolution at 200. Then print out WITHOUT any further
size changes or scaling straight onto regular A4 paper or card.

If your printer does not print borderless prints, then IGNORE any
printer message about the image being too big as the printer doesn't
know my image already has a white border which won't print anyway. If
you have a borderless printer then it will just print without problems.

Don't try and judge this model by paddle size, they are just guess work
on my part.

I'm now working on a new model.

Regards
Andy

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Saturday, March 3rd 2007, 5:54pm

Thanks very much!

As it turns out the original guess of 200 dpi wasn't too bad, which is nice to know. Shouldn't have messed about further than that. The trouble was exactly what the designer mentions - the paddles. At 200 dpi these turn out to be close to 3 meters which is a bit tall, I thought...

Again, thanks for the clarification. Much appreciated!

Leif
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Sunday, September 30th 2007, 10:16pm

RE: Wassermühle und mehr in 1:72

Hallo Adolf,

ich bin gerade auf Deine Nachricht gestoßen und habe mir die genannte Seite angeschaut: da gibt's ein paar interessante Bastelbögen, die ich gleich abgespeichert habe.
Danke für diesen Hinweis.

Roger

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