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  • FatEddy
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    Re: metric vs. English measurements for gouges

    I kind of round things off:
    6 mm = 1/4' or vice versa
    It ain't exact, but close enough for what it's for and elminates all the decimal places

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    when you know the size in mm multiply it by 0.04 to convert to inches. When you know the size in inches multiply it by 25.4 to convert to mm.

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  • Tony
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    2.54 cm = 25.4 mm = 1'

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    http://www.google.com/ Go to this site and type in convert metric to inches.You should find what you want.

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    metric vs. English measurements for gouges

    Does anyone have a chart that shows what metric gouge size corresponds to the equivilent gouge in inches? ???

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