Typical sizes

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  1. tf34mech

    tf34mech Member

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    What are some typical page sizes for some of the popular companies?
    They seem to be a lot larger than a typical page.
    Thanks
    Shawn
  2. CardStalker

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    Porb that alot are DIN spec paper, which is a europiean paper size, and or they are the next size up. Example: 8-1/2 by 11, 11 by 17, 17 by 22, 22 by 34 etc.
  3. charliec

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    The rest of the world uses paper sizes based on ISO 216 which have nothing to do with the obsolete imperial measures the US uses. Check out wikipedia with search term "paper size".

    The typical sizes used for model booklets are:

    A4 (210 x 297mm) - GPM, Modelik, Answer

    B4 (250 x 353) - Halinski, some GPM

    A3 (297 x 420) - Old Fly Model, some Modelik, GPM large kits.

    The website wsmk.konradus.com often has the media sizes for models in their database.

    Regards,

    Charlie
  4. tf34mech

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    Thanks for the information.
    Shawn