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Re: DIY: Repeatablity Tool 1 year 1 month ago #11608

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PhilipPasteur wrote:
Hmmm.
Maybe I can talk you into sending me the file??
:)

No Problemo, in fact while you were posting I was trying to figure out where I had put them.

It seems like there is a snag in how the forum software works with DropBox because I tried to click the above photos thinking they would take me to the DropBox originals but instead I get a white box. It appears the forum software is trying to use lightbox or something similar and it has a problem with Dropbox?

Anyway I'm going to try putting a direct link to the DropBox files and see how that works.

Ruler-1.png

Ruler-2.png

I may have to sign up with PhotoBucket after all, not too excited about that. :( :woohoo:
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Re: DIY: Repeatablity Tool 1 year 1 month ago #11635

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Larry,
Thanks. I got them downloaded.
Are they supposed to stop at 9 inches?

Getting a photobucket account is relatively painless..
:)
Phil

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Re: DIY: Repeatablity Tool 1 year 1 month ago #11653

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PhilipPasteur wrote:
Larry,
Thanks. I got them downloaded.
Are they supposed to stop at 9 inches?

I was working with am eight inch triangle, so I cropped them. Sorry, if you need bigger I could make a set of 10.5".

I hear ya about Photobucket, it's not like I have anything against them, it is me that is the problem. In my old age I forget where I put things and OCD... I like all my ducks in one basket. :silly:
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Re: DIY: Repeatablity Tool 1 year 1 month ago #11676

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Boy do I understand that... I ended up just putting all of the stuff I have online in Photobucket. It is not that much anyway.

If you have the 10.5" images that would be great. The triangle that I have it about 13" on the long side 12" on the vertical side.. I can always index the scale from a known point and go from there.

I am thinking that I might laminate it... for durability. What did you use to stick the scale on to the triangle?
Phil

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Re: DIY: Repeatablity Tool 1 year 1 month ago #11701

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Clear contact paper is pretty good stuff.
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Re: DIY: Repeatablity Tool 1 year 1 month ago #11723

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PhilipPasteur wrote:
If you have the 10.5" images that would be great. The triangle that I have it about 13" on the long side 12" on the vertical side.. I can always index the scale from a known point and go from there.

I am thinking that I might laminate it... for durability. What did you use to stick the scale on to the triangle?

I'm busy right now but I'll try to get to it ASAP

I used Scotch double sided poster tape and then put a layer of Scotch satin gift wrap tape over the top, it worked great. I cut the paper rule to match the width of the tape.

I thought about laminating it but took the easy way out, too lazy to drag out the laminator. ;)
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