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Pegging and Scanning a Pan Cel

Pan cels are drawings that contain more than one set of registration holes. Because pan cels are large, you cannot scan the entire image with one pass on the scanner.

Therefore, you must scan pan cels one section at a time (one set of registration holes at a time). After you scan each section of the pan cel, the sections are spliced together to create the original pan cel image.

There must be exactly eight inches (2.54 centimetres) between the centre peg holes (the round holes) for each pan cel and the peg holes must all align exactly. This is important if the Harmony must make slight seaming adjustments to compensate for angle differences when it joins all the pan cels to form one drawing.