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Given one exact measurement, how can I use it to measure the rest?
I'm asking how to use a given measurement to create a custom scale that I can use to accurately measure the rest. I have a vector file that looks like: I wish to measure parts of the car, to build ...
Sep 1 '13 at 23:29
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