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6861 X1 Patrol Craft - help to find better instruction scans.
I've managed to mostly piece together a #6861
. Pulled from parts I had spare when I finished restoring my childhood classic space collection (many moons ago) and bits that have accumulated since.
I just needed a couple of cones and two stands, which arrived in a Bricklink order a couple of days ago.
Now I've decided I'd like better quality instructions than the ones available online. If you're familiar with the available scans, they're quite low res and are not cropped very well.
I'm in the UK, which is moot as there is only one (expensive) instruction sheet for sale worldwide...
Does anyone here have these instructions and a flatbed scanner? If so, would you be willing to furnish me with hi-res scans (300 dpi) at size please?
Not for profit, just my nerdy needs.
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I know I'm being picky fwiw.
Let me know if you don’t track these down- #6861 is on my “to buy” list so I’ll have instructions sometime in the next couple of months
@KungFuKenny, I certainly will, thanks.
However, technology advances have greatly improved the picture quality that could be produced today. Additionally, better source material may now be available for scanning so that a high quality, high resolution image without creases, tears or other defects could be produced.
^The image posted by Hemel is a great example of the better quality that can be achieved. Plus having the instruction sheet as a single pdf file rather than a collection of jpg's, greatly improves downloadability.
Actually those are far better than brickfactory.. you may want to ask if they want a copy :-)
It would definitely be nice to see better quality instructions out there for all the older sets... especially those with space, castle and town set ups in them.