The advantage to this approach is that it involves minimal time on site for capturing the shape.
Using BigPrint as part of my design/build process for my tilting router lift.
I use a 1:1 printout to check the size of what I designed, then use another 1:1 printout of the parts to guide the build process.
Using BigPrint to copy a table saw pushsticks from a photograph
Using a photograph, and known length of the push stick, I make a 1:1 printout of the pushstick and use that as a template for making another one.
Using BigPrint to makea 3x pattern for use with my router pantograp to make inlays
The use of BigPrint starts at 2:49 into the video.
Using BigPrint to match a spot on the wall, with screw locations to make a paper towel holder
The use of BigPrint starts at 5:04 into the video.
Reproduce Full Size Templates With BigPrint.
This is a video by Jay Bates The use of BigPrint starts two minutes into the video. More about it on his website here
Another example of using BigPrint to go from design to reality: Aiden's paddle board rack
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