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RevisonNr3

terraforming mars grids

by RevisonNr3 Jul 11, 2017
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The biggest part is about 130mm at the widest.

The PDF is sized wrong; it's supposed to be 160mm, but it is sized to 165mm.

No it's not wrong. You have to use your printer to scale the paper so it's 160 mm and not 165. The whole reason that dimension is there is so you can check if you printed it on the correct scale.

No. PDFs have an internal size. And that size is not according to the measurements it's supposed to have. The whole image is 103.125% too big. If it was correct, you could simply print it without having to "correct scale", because the correct scale would be 100%!

Here is a modified version of the PDF. Try printing it at 100% scale. https://www.dropbox.com/s/plo50vp6zp2g1dj/modified_production_sheet.pdf?dl=0

Well, when I print mine it is scaled correctly... Printers have a lot of settings so maybe I chose the wrong one, I don't know. But again, the reason the 160 mm is there is so you can check... thanks for making a modified version of this pdf

How big does the bedsize of the printer need to be to fit the biggest part?

I can print everything on my ultimaker original + which has a bed size of 210 x 210 mm. Hope that helps!

These look really really nice!!

I may print a few myself!

Thanks men!

They idea was that I could create these from scratch, without needing the original production sheets and without having to 3D print too much stuff.

Maybe the only problem is if you would bend the sheets, the glue will release near the edges because the pieces are a little bit stiff.
But I do like the end result as well!

Laminating the sheets looks really good too