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    bjenk8100 the longer the object the better the scaling.
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    yes, that makes sense to me. however, using a concrete established object is best. Big drawings scale might be huge. If you are detailing I cant work with those when 1/16 is too big. love mechanical drawings. civil drawings use absurd scales. arch people i do not want to reference. poor structural guys Sometimes I will see an object on the xref look it up and find the dimensions. Not recommended. Major point, big drawings might have a 50 scale and if you are trying to scale something to add rebar layout good luck. will not work

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    Dana

    bjenk8100 the longer the object the better the scaling.
    That's what she said.
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