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|joe28532 ||12-13-2013 03:56 PM |
im wondering what kind of software scroll sawers use , for enlarging, shrinking, patterns?
|je_west ||12-13-2013 06:21 PM |
I just use a photo-copier and change copy ratio. Kinko's has a converter that you line up the original size with what you want & it tells you the ratio to use.
|Pinelog ||12-13-2013 06:48 PM |
I use Paint.net
It's a freeware program that works similar to Photoshop. If you use Windows there is a free paint program built in to it that will also work for simple shrinking and enlarging images.
|tvman44 ||12-13-2013 07:16 PM |
I use Inkscape and it is free. :)
|Scrolling Days ||12-14-2013 06:26 PM |
For just enlarging/shrinking, you may not need software at all. It is a built in function on most scanners/printers when using the copy function.
I use Rapid-Resizer which allows tile printing and hairline patterns in red which is much easier to see against a saw table and a black blade.
|Fay P ||12-14-2013 07:31 PM |
I do a page set up on my printer and I get nice patterns enlarged that way. I have to tape them together, but that's fine. Works good for me. Have a great evening Fay
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