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1inches3inches by 91/2
Roberta J.
· November 13, 2014
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It will be they have to be on pretty thin paper and it will not be as clear as with a transparency but it is not difficult at all to transfer them. I just loaded them in the printer but always use the manual feeder as they will get stuck if you don't. Yes I have experience with that.
T Allen
· November 21, 2013
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No. If you want to project it on a screen or wall you have to use transparency film.
Roberta J.
· August 26, 2015
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right only transparents...
dacrowbar
· March 19, 2014
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I would think it will depend on how detailed the picture is, if there is enough distance to project the size, there is a focus adjustment, but again it would depend on exactly what you are trying to project, i will assume your trying to do a trace on a wall.
It should give you enough outline and detail for you to follo… see more
I would think it will depend on how detailed the picture is, if there is enough distance to project the size, there is a focus adjustment, but again it would depend on exactly what you are trying to project, i will assume your trying to do a trace on a wall.
It should give you enough outline and detail for you to follow up, but each situation will be based upon what your projecting, again how small the details etc.
I hope this helped, perhaps break the image down to multiple sections.example cut projection in quarters
Joe cool see less
I would think it will depend on how detailed the picture is, if there is enough distance to project the size, there is a focus adjustment, but again it would depend on exactly what you are trying to project, i will assume your trying to do a trace on a wall.
It should give you enough outline and detail for you to follow up, but each situation will be based upon what your projecting, again how small the details etc.
I hope this helped, perhaps break the image down to multiple sections.example cut projection in quarters
Joe cool

joecool1962
Seller · September 22, 2015
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Yes, It did have a bulb. I would not recommend buying it as the machine is outdated, cumbersome and does not broadcast a good image. The newer machines avaiable on the market now do a much better job. i am sorry I bought it. Plus, mine was filthy dirty.
David Nichols
· January 16, 2014
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Hi Chris, I do not sell it on amazon, but locally in Columbus Ohio. If you want one, I can arranged to sell and ship to you $25.00 including shipping within the 50 states of USA. Remember, this is used but in very good condition. Thanks.
AbouDeals
Seller · September 7, 2016
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My Eika 3850A came with a small halogen bulb already in place. The bulb didn't work but had clear size details on the glass and was easily replaced for $5 at Home Depot.
Keith K.
· June 7, 2014
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