GN15 to oo gauge on a printer

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GN15 to oo gauge on a printer

Postby johna » Sun Oct 09, 2016 9:57 pm

I have copies of the brick wall and Windows printers many of us use for GN15. I would like to use them for a oo gauge back scene but what % do I reduce them to when printing them out please?

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Re: GN15 to oo gauge on a printer

Postby NotHarryPotter » Mon Oct 10, 2016 6:40 am

I think this table might assist
You need to go from 1/24 scale to 1/76, so according to the table the answer is 31.58% difference.
please double check me, maths and measurements were never my forte. :D
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Re: GN15 to oo gauge on a printer

Postby Nevadablue » Tue Oct 11, 2016 3:08 am

Nice one Geoff, very handy. I am looking for a suitable paper model building for a machine shop on my layout and that easy conversion chart will make that search easier yet.

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