I have some A3 scans (due to not having a larger scanner) of a large technical drawing (6x A1 in length) which I need plotted out (I do, however, have a large plotter at my disposal).
The scans are in .tif and in .jpg formats (don't know why they gave me both versions), and prior to plotting them out I need to stich them up so they fit nicely one to another, and when put together they need to be straight in both directions. Like they would've been if I had scanned the original large blueprint.
The drawing in question is a black and white blueprint, a technical drawing ... meaning mostly lines, some text. All images have a certain overlap on edges.
I need to put them up together. I tried a few image editing programs, but they always let me rotate the image by integer values of degrees. Is there an image editing program with finer rotation control, or better yet, is there a more intelligent way of stiching those images up in a larger image, other than doing it (painfully) manually?
If anyone has any experience doing something similar, I would be grateful on all the ideas !