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Not a bad idea

Graham Smith

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Along with many other things, I'm going to produce a book of all the new MO drawings that Bill Parr has been producing.

Once that's done, we could be in a position to also produce laminated A2 copies as well.

They should be available for sale on behalf of the Club through the Spares Company.

Graham
 

b'knighted

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I agree that it would be nice to have something bigger than A4 but you'd need a huge garage to display a full set of A2s on the wall. I suppose that if they are laminated you could use the outsides of the walls as well. Any chance of some compromise A3s?

Cheers,
 

champion

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I tried blowing them up to A3 and the image quality was so low you could not tell if it was the picture of the clutch or the tool kit!
 

Graham Smith

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I have all of them as vector based illustrations, so the quality will be A1.

What size do you think will be suitable for a book and encapsulated versions?
 

Albervin

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How many drawings will there be? What sort of binding do you have in mind? Spirex, plastic toothed(?)...
 

champion

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Haha, I would love an A1 book, having to carry it in a wheel barrow around the workshop.
A laminated version would be good, so oil can be washed off.
 

Jim Richardson

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it would be useful if they were in a flip over format and a blown up version of the series D electrical drawing would be nice.

JimR
 
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