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Willem

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Saving on wood

 
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This is genius and very helpful to our MM friends. That said, are you a scientist? This made my head spin this morning. Thanks again.
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Very detailed table and explanation. Sometimes, that is what you have to do to keep the parts straight and not get them mixed up. I have made a table to keep track of fractions to decimal conversion. I need this sometimes when I put the value into a machine for cutting pieces that needs decimal equivalents. I commend you Willem on this and the other posts you put on here today. They are all very helpful. I plan to use your technique in the future to help plan how much wood is needed with minimal waste. Thanks again.
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Hi Jim. I also made a convertion table for me because we here in South Africa work with mm. I always use it when converting inches to mm. 
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