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#1 posted 01-18-2018 12:13 AM

That’s a pretty nice machine. They have actually been around for many years. I have always use the old time grid system. It involves using two different size grids. Transfer your original outline to the first one (say: 1” squares). Make the second grid according to the relative size of the new piece. ( if you want the new piece 1/2 size, then draw a grid of 1/2” squares). Then, by eye, put tick marks on the sides of corresponding 1/2” squares and then connect the ticks. Easier to do than explain.


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