Iscaled the stupid thing and the end product ended up being about as big as my 10 lb dogs head. What the heck?
yes, it does, read the tuts, it will tell you, the helmet will also end up being the biggest piece needed to makeAultin the Spartan said:So you are saying to add quite a few xtra inches then work down til you find one that fits you? Also does this scaling problem happen on all objects?
I figured what I did wrong. After I pressed print it asked if I wanted it to adjust itself to my paper. I clicked yes and it made is small. I just have to click no!!AoBfrost said:Scaling is easy, just read the scaling thread, it took me 5 minutes to understand and I havent made a mistake since.
That happened to me but I'm just starting glueing.....I wonder if i should continue. I clikced yes to that message too.Aultin the Spartan said:I figured what I did wrong. After I pressed print it asked if I wanted it to adjust itself to my paper. I clicked yes and it made is small. I just have to click no!!
*sigh* I'll try.Aultin the Spartan said:You must position the pieces to the very left of the page. As close to the edge as you can. That worked for me. Now I just need stupid hot glue sticks!
I did that with the larger pieces but I tried to put as many on one piece as I could without going to far to the right.MasterChiefOwns said:*sigh* I'll try.
EDIT: I did that with one piece and it worked. I have a question. Did you just put one piece per page?
Im using hot glue. Seems to work fine. And your tricked worked great im on my first part.Aultin the Spartan said:Actually I need to know what is a very good and cheap glue. And when your printing is done tell me if my little trick worked.