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Posted on Making a cutting template from an image file

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bruc101

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#1 posted 06-12-2017 02:43 AM


Take to Staples, Kinkos etc and have printed on a large format printer.

- mrg

That’s the best way to get it done. I’ve got plans on my free plans site that have full size templates on them I draw in Autocad, especially legs and make a downloadable pdf file with them. Woodworkers save the pdf file on a thumb drive and take it to Staples or Kinko to get a full 24” x 36”, 48”, or 60” inch plot done. I think a few bucks is all they charge to do it.

-- Bruce Free Plans https://traditionalwoodworking.org


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