But no matter what I seem to do, I cannot get it to come out the same size as the Destroyer tank hunter I built. The track pods are a full 2cm shorter.
Would look kind of weird having different size leman russ tanks beside each other lol, any ideas why?
Edit: Yeah Armorman I've tried changing the paper size as well, just doesn't seem to have an effect, even when i scale it up to 100% and select a4 it still isn't the right size even though one of the trackpod pages goes off the paper. Don't have illustrator to change it around anyway.
Edit 2: Yeah it is definitely the paper size, the 2011 leman russ is on 8.53"x11.94" meanwhile the older ones are 8.28"x11,69". Even taking a snapshot of the .pdf and putting it in MS paint won't work like the other ones.
check the paper size. I have found that the A4 page set up that they are using is right to the edge (and beyond, in some cases) of what is considered a normal printable area on most machines. My workaround is to import the files into Illustrator and re-lay out the parts (necessary as I am stuck with US Letter).
I've had a problem with one of Patoroch's Mk1 Rhinos- it wasn't until I lined up the part-finished model with a plastic one that I realised it was about 10 percent too big! I found a PDF viewer that will scale the prints so I managed to fix it and start rebuilding. This aside, the models are excellent. I print on A4 so that's not the cause.