I dare say that with the necessary computer
skills it probably would be easier,however it would be quite difficult for me to hold cardboard templates against a monitor screen. The whole ethos of what I do is somewhat Luddite in nature,to use basic tools
,free materials and as little technology as possible...."
I'm not sure where the cardboard template comes in? if you want to put it into a computer
you use a scanner - if you want to take it out you use a printer. They are usually the same machine...
I'm not dissimilar to a Luddite - the KK EeZeBilt sites are all about making things from raw materials and using household detritus to create fittings
. But computer
s are just another tool - and can be as basic as you like. I still lament the passing of DOS, because I felt that you should understand how tools
work before you use them, and Windows made it impossible to know where all the bits were going...
One advantage of computing technology is communication. You are illustrating this at the moment. All I was thinking was that your skills, experience and work could reach a much wider group of people. There are, for instance, kids in Australia build
ing EeZeBilts because the data to do so is on the web: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAHJbJieV0o