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Old 01-13-2004, 05:10 PM   #16
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Fujimi Nissan Silvia S15 Added now click to download PDF File
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Re: Window Masks Templates

I tried using the window masks on the Revell Mini but they look to be about 10% too small when I tried the Adobe version.
Are they supposed to be like this?
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Re: Re: Window Masks Templates

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I tried using the window masks on the Revell Mini but they look to be about 10% too small when I tried the Adobe version.
Are they supposed to be like this?
Any suggestions?

Make sure you are printing 100% not Fit to Page
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Hiroboy: It worked. Thanks for helping a newbie out.
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Re: Window Masks Templates

I didn't use masking tape though. I hijacked a sheet of 6 panel mailing labels from work and printed on that. Worked very well for me aside from a little residue that I had to take off afterwards.
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Re: Re: Window Masks Templates

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I didn't use masking tape though. I hijacked a sheet of 6 panel mailing labels from work and printed on that. Worked very well for me aside from a little residue that I had to take off afterwards.
Man, you MUST get Tamiya tape. Trust me, there's NO substitute!!
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Re: Window Masks Templates

we dont get tamiya tape around here and i cant get things off of the internet cuz i have no credit card, but i use automotive masking tape which works very good for me, but if i stick the masking tape to paper from the printer, when i peel it off, wont it just rip the paper off onto it?
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The Aoshima Nissan Skyline R34 Window Masks has been added to the list at the top.
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Re: Re: Window Masks Templates

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we dont get tamiya tape around here and i cant get things off of the internet cuz i have no credit card, but i use automotive masking tape which works very good for me, but if i stick the masking tape to paper from the printer, when i peel it off, wont it just rip the paper off onto it?
No, as long as you stick it down lightly then trace the shape lightly with a pen, you'll be able to lift it off without losing too much of the tapes stickiness.
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Re: Window Masks Templates

Thanks a lot for those window mask.
When I tried to download 300ZX's masks, it said restricted area :-(
Is it normal?
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Re: Window Masks Templates

hey, im new here and i just want to know if any of you guys have a PDF file for the Tamiya Castrol Mugen NSX window masking thing, i unfortunately lost mine..-.-"

thx, and sry for bringing up an old thread

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Re: Window Masks Templates

Could have some EVOs too
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