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    melbourneSTORM4eva
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    Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  melbourneSTORM4eva on Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:23 am

    Hello guys!
    Most people on this forum seem to not understand witch size brass to get , this will tell you all the brass sizes, so you can get the right size brass, for your job.

    Inches to millimetres

    Inch mm
    1 = 25.400
    2 = 50.800
    3 = 76.200
    4 = 101.600
    5 = 127.000
    6 = 152.400
    7 = 177.800
    8 = 203.200
    9 = 228.600
    10 = 254.000
    11 = 279.400
    12 = 304.800


    Piping

    Fraction mm

    1/2 = 12.70000
    1/4 = 6.350000
    3/4 = 19.05000
    1/8 = 3.175000
    3/8 = 9.525000
    5/8 = 15.87500
    7/8 = 22.22500


    Brass

    /16

    Fration mm

    1/16 = 1.58750
    3/16 = 4.76250
    5/16 = 7.93750
    7/16 = 11.11250
    9/16 = 14.28750
    11/16 = 17.49250
    13/16 = 20.63750
    15/16 = 23.81250

    /32

    Fraction mm

    1/32 = 0.79375
    3/32 = 2.38125
    5/32 = 3.96875
    7/32 = 5.55625
    9/32 = 7.14375
    11/32 = 8.73125
    13/32 = 10.31875
    15/32 = 11.90625
    17/32 = 13.49375
    19/32 = 15.08125
    21/32 = 16.66875
    23/32 = 18.25625
    25/32 = 19.84375
    27/32 = 21.43125
    29/32 = 23.01875
    31/32 = 24.60625


    So there you have it!
    I hope it helps for either your brass or PVC, or even your homework.
    I will probley add to it as i will get more table sheets from stratco. I hope I dident waste my time typing it out.


    </FONT>ENJOY


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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  cmd on Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:04 am

    Ah well done! I was thinking of doing this but wasn't sure how to set it out. Really painful when shops have metric sizing on imperial tube.
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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  melbourneSTORM4eva on Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:18 am

    Thanks mate, sorry to go off topic but could you just grab an avatar for your profile, thanks mate. Yer it was'nt to fun typing it out, but I spose it helps.
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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  cmd on Thu Mar 18, 2010 2:32 pm

    I don't think you need to go any smaller than x/32". Standard fasteners don't go past x/16" (except 5/32"), and I can't see a need for anyone else to go that low. Only application I see it for is drill bits.

    However for posterity's sake - go nuts!
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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  melbourneSTORM4eva on Thu Jun 03, 2010 3:54 pm

    Just wondering, Does anybody use this?

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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  -Aj- on Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:04 pm

    Honestly.. No.

    I vastly prefer the metric system for almost all things, but brass is so much easier imperial.

    9/16 is so much easier than 1. gajillion decimals

    Also, because a lot of mods are in imperial, it's always going to be around. Also brass is sold in imperial sizes.. go into a hobby shop and ask for 1. 46757 CM brass they'll think you're on crack.

    I appreciate what you tried to do, but think that brass sizing is not the right medium for it

    Edit, Upon further consideration, perhaps it is better not to get rid of this entirely, but widen the scope of the thread, like useful measurements for nerf or something like that

    collate the ID/OD's of various tubings, U channel, couplers etc along with common rubber washers, plugs etc so

    Along with useful formulas like volume calculation that kind of stuff


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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  KingCam on Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:05 pm

    Yes I use it lot cos im still new to moding.
    why?
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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  melbourneSTORM4eva on Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:08 pm

    It was suppose to give an idea about witch pipe you can nest it in, what size to drill, FBR etc. etc.
    I didn't mean that's what you ask for. I saw the chat at Stratco, and thought it might help out Nerfers.


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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  -Aj- on Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:10 pm

    Read my edit, I do think its worth keeping, just maybe rename and broaden the scope. Could be very useful if managed and collate correctly

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    Post  melbourneSTORM4eva on Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:13 pm

    Ill edit it tomorrow, and get some more information.

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    Re: Brass size conversion Chart

    Post  chrisb on Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:32 am

    or just use google
    type in the search box the fraction inches to mm
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    3/16 inches to mm
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