IM pretty new to the forum but I have been making card models ever since well.. I can remember. I grew up in Poland during the 80s and Maly kits was pretty much all I did since the only plastics kits available then were two scales of PZL Los and another biplane I cant remember. I still have some Maly kits I brough with me, and a few others (GPM/Fly and such) I purchased over the net. So far I made Fly's T72, and compared to what I been turning out as a kid, im pretty impressed hehe. Well now I want to build a ship and have set my sights on an old maly kit of ZOP Minsk. The card stock it came printed on was pretty bad and brittle even when it was new and thats what i need help with. I tried experimenting with scanning the model into the computer and reprinting it on better cardstock. But... everyime i try to scan and print the parts come out in different sizes.. Ive tried this som many times and still the same effect. Its really driving me nuts. The best effect i got was scanning the model at 200dpi and using Arcsoft Photobase (only program i have) to print it at the same 200dpi, and it still comes out a different size( i tried this by cutting the parts and comparing them to the originals) What I need is some advice, how to scan and print so the print will be the same exact size as the original because for the life of me i cant figure it out. Maybe im using the wrong programs or scanner settings? Need help please.