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pls am trying to do a presentation on two of our factories and am using  textures as the roof of the factory, i want to ask about the scale of the texture x = 7000 y =7000 hope is not to much or there is anything am doing wrong? bcos that scale make it more visible.

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I have no idea what you're asking.  The texture map itself is terrible. It has a seam and one ridge that's larger than the others.  There's nothing wrong with using a scale of 7 meters x 7 meters,  but it's certainly unrealistically large for metal roofing.  The space between ridges works out to more than 1 meter in your example.
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i tried all yur materials but did not assign and cannot find it in the texture edit? may be there is something wrong with the files.
Banjoko's right-- your textures are not embedded.
So What am I doing wrong?
I'm not sure-- try writing out the material called Long Span Green and see what you get.  The file size should reflect the embedded textures.
These are the textures.
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Basicamente tienes un problema de escalas. Lo unico qeu modifique es la dimension de tu mapa, para esto tome en consideracion qeu cada canal de la lamina tendria unos 30 cm, por lo cual 5 canales qeu es mas o menos lo qeu esta representado tendrian 1.5 mts (1500 ml). Ya con esto tu mapa qeuda mas o menos correcto. te recomiendo tener lo mas exacto posible la dimension de tus canales para poder obtener un mejor resultado
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I have downloaded this, it shows fine in thumbnail mode but renders blank. Am I doing something wrong?
Bitmaps are not embedded.  Marc will have to upload a new version and embed the texture.

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