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#1 posted 07-13-2012 07:09 PM

When I have something that is oversize, I export it to a PDF format (get a PDF creater/printer for your OS), Then I take it to Fedex Kinko’s on a thumb drive or I use their web site to place the order online if I know exactly how big the end product is going to be.

Costs are minimal, last time I used them was to print out a full size template for an Adirondack chair on ANSI E (34 × 44) size paper. It was under $20.

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