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Blueprint Stretch

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Robin Tripp

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My rib blueprints are 1/8 in long. Other than the mounts to the fuselage on the lower wings, what else will be affected if I use them as is? Redrawing them by hand might introduce other errors-I am not a drafstman. I could go the CAD route as I have two friends capable of doing it., but I don't know how involved that is.
 

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