Greg Beetham wrote:No I don’t think I have seen any CAD simulation printouts, I used to always have a CAD program on the system for things like having to juggle the best way of cutting a sheet of ‘something’ up into a number of smaller pieces, to reduce the potential wastage had I cut it up differently.
But the printouts I did do always seemed to be of first class quality, with CAD I do believe you really need an A3 printer, but the program will happily print the same thing on two A4 sheets so you can glue them together. I remember I did detailed drawings of various dinosaurs once to make archery targets with a difference, the kill and wound zones matching to the IFAA standards, I think from memory the T-Rex target printed out on 24 A4 pages which had to be carefully cut, lined up and glued onto a cardboard backing.
Are we really sure where the kill zones are on the T-Rex? I have a hunting trip planned with Time Travelers Inc. to the Cretaceous Period and was really hoping to bag one, but you know how nasty they can be if you don't put them down on the first shot!
I don't think I'll go for the archery tag, I want really BIG gun for T-Rex!