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Posted on Millimeters to Fractional Inches Conversion

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#1 posted 10-01-2017 02:58 AM

Seems like it would be easier to buy a metric rule than constantly converting. I have rules and tapes in inches, metric, and tenths of an inch; they all come in handy. Earlier my daughter needed a bunch of stuff cut and the parts list was in tenths, 1.83”, 1.71”, etc. No trouble at all.

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