Grey Ghost 531 Posted October 9, 2013 Share Posted October 9, 2013 Most decal sheets carry three to six different (or twenty for Sky Model sheets...) schemes and one or two sets of national markings all for the same aircraft. I know there are plenty of exceptions but there are lots and lots of sheets that conform to the one aircraft/several scheme pattern. Since these sheets can cost $15 or more and probably most folks will only use one of the schemes, would it be practical to instead print sheets so that the different schemes may be cut apart with one cut and then have another sheet that has multiples of the national markings, also arranged for easy separation? That way, the decal maker could print two sheets of three schemes apiece and one sheet of six sets of national markings, cut them up and sell six different, one-scheme sets for a lot less apiece, but have the same overall profit? I know I'd rather pay half as much for one scheme than the full price for three or four that I'd only use one of, think of it as the iTunes method applied to decals; why buy a whole album if you only like a couple of songs? Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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