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Which size do you use to print off a drawing that can be folded into A4 size?

 

You can fold any size(however large it is) into a4 size.:)

there is way to do it.

we use to fold a1 sizes into a4 for filing in such away that without removing it from the file, u can open it to full size to view.8)

i learnt it during my internship back in 1994.

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yeh its the "A" system all paper sizes from A00 down to the smallest are all of a result from combining the previous size by 2 or by 4 and re-aranging.

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How to fold drawings was the first thing I learnt when I started working...it took a while to master it, but fortunatly there are always a lot of drawings that need folding :wink:

 

hunt up anyone in your office that have worked with drawings for more than oh let's say five years - the more the better - and they can show you :)

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not entirely true - you can't fold an A4 (or 5) into an A4

 

What big PJ!!!!!!!!!:glare:

 

:huh: It's matter of common sense.

why would anyone want to fold A4 print unleast in a4 size:shock:

and i have not seen anyone using autocad need to plot in A5 paper:?

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Guest Alan Cullen

What's a PJ? What is A5? I've never seen A5 before.

 

Dipali, don't worry about Dave, he has this really dry sense of humour, and just saw the perfect opening there. :P

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What's a PJ? What is A5? I've never seen A5 before.

 

Dipali, don't worry about Dave, he has this really dry sense of humour, and just saw the perfect opening there. :P

 

 

PJ- Poor Joke.:)

 

A5 is half of A4:wink:

 

Yeh, perfect opening but 3 down soon.o:)

so what's your take?

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Dipali, don't worry about Dave, he has this really dry sense of humour, and just saw the perfect opening there. :P
Sorry Alan but I have to keep telling people that I don't have a sense of humor.
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OK guys can you fold an A4 sheet more than 7 times edge to edge ??

 

The answer is no.. Try it and if you say that you can, I DON'T believe you.. Hahahaha..:lol: :lol: :lol:

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I think you cannot fold any size sheet more than 7 times, 'geometric progression' is it?

 

Yes it is a great party trick and you would be amazed how many people get caught out on that one... Hahaha:lol:

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I think you cannot fold any size sheet more than 7 times, 'geometric progression' is it?

 

Somewhat true, but Mythbusters did it. Of course it was a sheet of paper the size of an aircraft hangar.

 

Here it is Paper Fold they folded it 11 times.

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Somewhat true, but Mythbusters did it. Of course it was a sheet of paper the size of an aircraft hangar.

 

Here it is Paper Fold they folded it 11 times.

 

That is amazing, after 6 times it is almost impossible to do without extreme force, and i do mean extreme force. Wow that's incredible.

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Attila The Gel

How to fold an A2 size to A4 so its easy to open it up again.

I dont want the /2 and again /2.

Is there a beter way to do this? and how?

thx

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