HELPPPPPPP!!!!!

Walter Spase

Well-Known Member
Nope... Scale is does not have units anyway, I assume you mean the final assembled dimensions from Metric to English... but the answer is still no
 

SPARTAN 731

New Member
Spase said:
Nope... Scale is does not have units anyway, I assume you mean the final assembled dimensions from Metric to English...


well i made my helmet and just found out it is way out of proportion.... i have not idea what to do and am really frusturated....


is there anyway i can figure this out quick and easy i don't have a metric rule since i am in america
 
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whtwlf

Jr Member
Spase said:
...but the answer is still no
Since the answer to your question is no, an alternative might just be to figure out what you need in English and convert them to see what you need to use in Metric on the Pepakura file.
 
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honest insanity

Active Member
If you haven't taken a look at the pepakura scaling thread, go ahead and do so.
Are you saying you just don't have a ruler to measure yourself? o_O
 

Twitchfmx8811

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Spartan C07 said:
Since the answer to your question is no, an alternative might just be to figure out what you need in English and convert them to see what you need to use in Metric on the Pepakura file.
I was gonna say the same thing. Conversion then scaling is your best bet.
 
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SPARTAN 731

New Member
honest_insanity said:
If you haven't taken a look at the pepakura scaling thread, go ahead and do so.
Are you saying you just don't have a ruler to measure yourself? o_O


yes i dont have a metric ruler
 
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Rocknrollcows

Jr Member
how tall are you?

just find your height in FEET and INCHES

then convert it all to INCHES

then convert the INCHES to CENTIMETERS

and there you go. :D
 

AoBfrost

Well-Known Member
Starting the project without being sure of what your doing doesnt make sense, do the math right the first time.
 
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