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Date: 12/02/2013

By: Laurence

Subject: Scaling down from HO/OO to N

If possible could you advise me on how to do this , I have downloaded your sheds and am trying to scale down to N with very little success . Thanks

Date: 17/02/2013

By: Graham (Cut'n'Paste)

Subject: Re: Scaling down from HO/OO to N

Hi, Laurence.
You can go to http://www.scalemodelscenery.com/model-scale-converter/ and use the converter there. N-scale is 1/148th and OO is 1/76th, so that gives you a conversion factor of 51.35%. If you look at my guide here - http://papermodelsbycutandpaste.webnode.com/hints-and-tips/scaling-model-files/ you will see how to set your printer to produce 51.35% (51% will do) prints.
Of course, scaling down this much will leave you with very thin joiner tabs, so you'll have to be very careful.

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