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 Posted: Mon Jul 2nd, 2012 07:55 pm
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I have started re sizeing a N gauge kit up to 0 gauge,useing adobe illustrator.the result so far are excellent with no loss of qaulity to the kit.i am waiting for a new laser printer to turn up and then i will be able to print and build the kit.because of the size of the kit i will use a lot more paper,but at least i will be able to build kits in 0 gauge as there are few retail card kits about.i will post on the build when i start.
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