Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

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Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

Postby Ticonderoga » 19 Jul 2010 00:34

Hi, a question for the Brisbane TG

I need to get some plans copied and enlarged from 1/100 to 1/72 scale.

These are the long hull elevation and plan drawings.

Can anyone recommend a plan printer type place in Brisbane wheree I can get this done?

I can get the small A4 sheets done at my work place.

Thanks,

Andrew
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Re: Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

Postby MikeJames » 19 Jul 2010 18:26

I know Kinkos and the like can do it (and they charge accordingly) however any plan printer should be able to do it without a problem and at a better price.

Probably a few phone calls to shops in your local vicinity will establish the best costs available.

Mike
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Re: Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

Postby BsHvyCgn9 » 21 Jul 2010 21:03

Tico's found somewhere ( told me in an e-mail) I'm sure he'll spill on where when he gets a chance! Jet setter that he is at the mo!

Cheers Bruce :nuke: :nuke: :taz: :taz: :yy: :yy: :tnk:
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Re: Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

Postby Ticonderoga » 26 Jul 2010 13:24

Hello All,

Tico is back from OS and enjoying being home again :clap:

For the guys in and around Brisbane I have just come back from "Brisbane Plan Printing", 26/500 Seventeen Mile Rocks road, Seventeen Mile Rocks Road.
http://www.brisplan.com.au

I had my original 1/100 Slava hull and deck plan duplicated, for safety sake. I had the hull elevation enlarged to1/72 (2 copies) I had the deck plan enlarged to 1/72 (2copies) and I had 16 x A4, 1/100 drawings enlarged, all of this for $50 and it was done on the spot. Dimensions are perfect :clap:

So the Slava adventure begins :hlp:

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Re: Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

Postby BsHvyCgn9 » 26 Jul 2010 21:05

Cool Mate!, Now U just need 2 get stuck into cutting wood !!

Cheers Bruce :nuke: :nuke: :taz: :taz:
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Re: Getting large plans scaled and duplicated - Brisbane

Postby Ticonderoga » 27 Jul 2010 06:47

Had the day off yesterday :yes: Had a good afternoon at Bunnings. Oak, Ply, glue and build board materials.

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