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If your gasket will fit within your scanner window, you can create an image that we can use to manufacture your gasket or provide you with a quotation, so there is no need to mail an old gasket or create drawings.
Scanning your gasket on top of graph paper allows us to check for any distortion when we download and print out your scanned gasket for use as a pattern. You can also place rulers on the scanner horizontally and vertically, but graph paper works best.
If your gasket is very dark and more than paper thin, you may need to spray paint it yellow, gray, or some light color in order for your scanner to be able to distinguish the gasket material from any shadows.
If you have metric or inch graph paper you can use that, just be sure to let me know what size the squares are, e.g. 2mm or 0.25 in., etc. You can write this information on the paper or just let me know in your message. If you don't have graph paper available, you can print your own. Just click on the graph paper image below to download and open an Adobe pdf file containing a graph paper form with 0.25 inch squares or 4 squares to one inch. Once downloaded, print your paper using the 'Print Preview' command, but please read the following first: EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: When you print the graph paper, check the printer instruction window to make sure the 'Shrink to Fit', 'Scale to Fit Media' or similar box is unchecked. If you don't do this, your graph paper will print out in the wrong size because your printer will shrink it to fit the paper size you are using. Your printer instructions may appear differently, but should have a Print Preview function and a Scaling or Fit to Media instruction.
Be sure to place the paper graph side down so it is captured by the scan.
Scans at 100% will produce an image that is actual size. (Instructions for your scanner may differ from dialog box shown here.)
Be sure to specify material, quantity & any relevant information on thickness required, Bolt Holt dimensions, etc.