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Keith Evans 303/06/2019 19:55:25
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Has any one found a printers that can copy and enlarge plans in the S Wales area .

Thanks Keith

Peter Miller03/06/2019 21:08:07
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Most decent office supply shops willa] have an AO size printer which can print from PDF files. My small town has two.

THey can also copy and enlarge.

Robert Parker03/06/2019 22:16:46
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Hi Keith,

I have used two in Swansea.

Prontaprint 01792 466333, 34 St Helens Road SA1 4AY. I had printed extended A0 prices were quite reasonable open office hours closed Saturdays.

Print Partnership, 01792 552955, 8 De La Beche Street, SA1 3EZ Again extended (6 feet) A0 very reasonable but again only open mon to friday.

Hope these of some use to you

Regards

Robert

Keith Evans 305/06/2019 16:40:16
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Tanks to Peter and Robert for your kind replies .Using your suggestions on outlets I managed to trace an outfit in Cardiff called South East printers which is within easy walking distance from my wife's dentist .She had some work done today ,so job done .

Thanks again.

Keith

P.s. I now have a 1'5 size drawing of a K.K.Ladybird .

Dai Fledermaus06/06/2019 13:13:22
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Keith,

For some reason Pacific Ace by Paul Denson always reminds me of the Ladybird. It doesn't have the attractive cowl, but there's something about it that makes me think of that iconic KK design.

On the other hand, I could just be loosing the plot. wink

Keith Evans 306/06/2019 16:02:04
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Dai ,

That sounds par for the course .

Keith

Peter Miller06/06/2019 18:17:12
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Looking at Pacific Ace I would say that any similarity is purely coincidental with strong imagination.

For a start the wing shape is completely different, The tail bears no resemblance to the Ladybird and the structure is very different and much, much lighter.

PatMc06/06/2019 23:09:06
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Oh c'mon, Peter.
The prop's at the front, the tail's at the back & the wings are somewhere in between.
How much more similar is it possible to be ?

Mind you, personally I think it looks more like a Spitfire. teeth 2

Edited By PatMc on 06/06/2019 23:09:39

Peter Miller07/06/2019 08:24:08
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Posted by PatMc on 06/06/2019 23:09:06:

Oh c'mon, Peter.
The prop's at the front, the tail's at the back & the wings are somewhere in between.
How much more similar is it possible to be ?

Mind you, personally I think it looks more like a Spitfire. teeth 2

Edited By PatMc on 06/06/2019 23:09:39

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Dai Fledermaus08/06/2019 18:03:00
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Posted by Peter Miller on 06/06/2019 18:17:12:

Looking at Pacific Ace I would say that any similarity is purely coincidental with strong imagination.

For a start the wing shape is completely different, The tail bears no resemblance to the Ladybird and the structure is very different and much, much lighter.

I find It largely depends on how much I've had to drink at the time. 😀

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