Quoted from markp99:
Made a quick scan of the left & right slings, @600dpi, with a scale in the image for reference. Saved as a JPEG.
Observations (upon printing):
1. The size of the printed image does not match the original plastics (image slightly smaller than original)
2. The colors appear to be shifted from the original (more saturation, shifted to red slightly)
I acknowledge this may be 100% related to my color laser printer and not the scanned image itself.
Let me know what you think, or offer any suggestions?
Thanks for these. Would you scan some more of the plastics and please include the ruler like you did for the sling plastics?
Pam from Pinbits said that they would make plastic protector sets for JP, but they need a good scan with a ruler in the scan for each plastic piece that needs a protector so that they can properly calibrate the size and hole locations for the plastic protector pieces. Below is her comment to me.
I don’t think it (DPI chosen for scanning) matters (we are not using the images, just the shape and position of holes/slots- lamps etc.).
What is important is to scan a tape measure or thin ruler with the scan so I can calibrate the image size.
I will send the scan images to Pinbits when we have them. Other than the two sling plastics if you could scan any plastic with a ruler in the scan which would be prone to breakage (the large Raptor Pit plastic comes to mind and there are a few others as well) it will help us help Pinbits to get plastic protector sets created for JP which will be nice as there are no reproduction plastic sets available for JP at the present time.
Any help that you are able to provide will be greatly appreciated.