The first known model that could have represented a flying machine was a carved wooden bird, thought to be some 2300 years old. Originally discovered at Saqqara, Egypt, in 1898, and rediscovered in a storage box at the Cairo museum by Dr Khalil Messiha in 1972, it has a high-mounted wing with a finely carved airfoil section, a body with the rear portion of narrow elliptical shape, and a deep vertical tail-fin with a groove for a horizontal surface.

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- Scale & Print PDF files

A small, simple and effective tool that can divide (tile) a large size drawing/poster over multiple small pages.

Allows you to print large size documents (large drawings) on a small size printer. It offers these features:
- Automatically tile a PDF on multiple pages ("tiles")
- Automatically find the most economic orientation of "tiles"
- Optionally create an overview sheet with tile numbers, helpful for assembling
- Optionally place marks
- Drag and drop
- A single run file - no setup needed

This program is well maintained by the author; be certain to check for updates if you are looking for more features or encounter issues.
—did you know… the traditional scale for kit models: 1:144 1:100 1:72 1:48 1:32 1:24 (1/144 1/100 1/72 1/48 1/32 1/24) 
With 1/48 and 1/72 being the most popular for aircraft.

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The program works as advertised. It is easy to use. It's so simple any can use it.
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