The way I read your explanation of what happened, is your strip layout
is 4X size, but the rest of your tool is modeled to the correct size,
albeit designed to an oversized strip layout.
Do you need to do is get your strip layout to the correct size? There
are several ways to correct your problems, but the exact answers
depend greatly on how you created your models; ie, how much in context
stuff, etc. What is the master for your design, the strip layout I
assume. You will need to use a combination of techniques, I suspect.
You may not be able to just scale your parts down. What about holes,
dowels and fasteners.. are those 4X to big? The guidance system for
the die asm, are the guide posts to big or just in the wrong locations
because your die shoes and major die components are oversized in the
plan view of the tool. What about your shut height for the tool is
that 4X to big? Do you see where I am heading with my questions. The
scale feature will only help you to a point.
If I am reading what your issues are correctly you have a big problem
and there will be no magic bullet for you. Personally, I would be
considering starting a new assembly and building it correctly. If you
have to live with the tool design for any length of time you will
always be annoyed to have to work on it because it is messed up. If
you are sending this math data and drawings out to someone else to
build, I would not want my name on the models for anyone else to see.
Wish I could offer you an easy answer, but I think you are going to
need to bit the bullet and make it right and chalk up your error to a
big learning experience that you will probably remember for a very