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    Is this a good way to get geometry close to perfect? Dashboard
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    Author Is this a good way to get geometry close to perfect?
    SteveG103

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    Joined: Aug 06, 2006
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    From: New York

      Posted: 2006-08-17 17:30

    Have an idea to take some tracing paper, Make a grid of lines using a ruler then taping them to my TV screen, using the edges of the screen to line them up so they are straight. Has this been done before, and with any luck? I never realized how hard it would be just trying to eyeball if the lines and boxes are straight. Plus whenever i seem to go to a new geometry pattern on Avia alot of them show different problems even after i seemed to have them fixed using other patterns.

    Could that be due to convergence problems?


       


    andyross

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    Joined: Mar 09, 2004
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    From: Schaumburg, IL

      Posted: 2006-08-18 17:07

    I just use a ruler or straightedge or tape measure to check for bowing. The ruler helps in checking for even spacing (linearity).

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