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Old 05-09-2006, 08:41 AM
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Scott, what file format, size, resolution in DPI, etc., do you prefer?

This page will help you:

http://www.oldrocketplans.com/sendscans.htm

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Old 05-09-2006, 11:45 AM
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Craig, by "plans" I'm assuming you mean "instructions, decals, fin templates, etc."


Oh, absolutely! We need all the "etc" we can get!

Basically, everything of a printed nature. If the instructions don't include a parts list with part numbers, maybe include a simple txt file showing what the kit contains...
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Old 05-09-2006, 01:17 PM
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Craig,

I sent partial Micron plans in ( no decal scans ).

Dasher decals are posted someplace, it was on the recent YORP updates list. not sure about plans themselves.

I have the Pro-series Jayhawk , will see what I can do - this was recently discussed on the YORF, so maybe someone sent em in by now, lmk if still needed .

2150 Rattler 7, will look and see if I have the plans, I did scan the decals, but maybe they did nto get sent ? again , lmk ( I did send a bunch int hat were unusable due to scanner settings, so maybe those were amongst the bad ones ).

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I'm pretty sure the Collector's series 2063 Mars Snooper instructions were an exact reprint of the original instructions right down to the non-sensical A8-3 engine choice as one of the recc. motors. I built one of those MANY years ago but unfortunately do not know where the instructions/box went.
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I'm pretty sure the Collector's series 2063 Mars Snooper instructions were an exact reprint of the original instructions right down to the non-sensical A8-3 engine choice as one of the recc. motors. I built one of those MANY years ago but unfortunately do not know where the instructions/box went.


Good to know, GHR. That's one I can re-link temporarily.
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Hi Craig;

I think I may have already sent Scott the Echo (#1950) and when I get home from my current trip, I'll be sending him the Jayhawk (#2085).


Craig - Scott has the #2085 Jayhawk scan now.
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I have a TIE Fighter kit in the bag, but I'm not sure what the kit # is. I'll try to remember to look soon, and if I do remember I'll try to get the plans scanned. And if I get them scanned, I'll try to remember to send them to Scott.

#2102 is the one I have, the 15th anniversary one.

Now I'm not sure if I want to open the bag to scan it. Then I'd have to keep track of the parts, etc., which means I'd have to move it from the top of the pile of other rocket stuff on the dining room table.
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#2102 is the one I have, the 15th anniversary one.

Now I'm not sure if I want to open the bag to scan it. Then I'd have to keep track of the parts, etc., which means I'd have to move it from the top of the pile of other rocket stuff on the dining room table.


If you build it, then you'd know where all those parts are...

And you'd only need to move it once in a while...
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If you build it, then you'd know where all those parts are...

And you'd only need to move it once in a while...

If I could get over my painting phobia, I might do just that.
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