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    Sorry for being silly but im getting conflicting answers online so thought i would ask you guys.

    I have design drawings with a scale of 1:100 @A0, im printing off in A1, what is the conversion scale? ive been told its 1:75 @A1

    Please help

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    Originally posted by ClimatechRob View Post
    Sorry for being silly but im getting conflicting answers online so thought i would ask you guys.

    I have design drawings with a scale of 1:100 @A0, im printing off in A1, what is the conversion scale? ive been told its 1:75 @A1

    Please help
    If the magnification is set to exactly fit the sheet, it is a perfectly inconvenient 1:141.4213562 (100*sqrt(2)). The plan printed smaller, so one unit on the plan is now more units on the project, by the inverse of the paper size, which is 1/sqrt(2) smaller. You could manipulate the magnification and maybe get 1:150 or something less awkward. If you printed on A2, it would be 1:200

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