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Here’s a comprehensive guide to everything Imperial to metric, and metric to Imperial, that you might use in AutoCAD for site, landscape, and irrigation plans.

• Plot scale conversions
• Plot scale conversions: Imperial to metric
• Plot scale conversions: Metric to Imperial
• Simple length conversions
• Simple length conversions: Imperial to metric
• Simple length conversions: Metric to Imperial

Plot scale conversions

Plot scale conversions: Imperial to metric

Standard Imperial Engineering Scale

1″=10′

1″=20′

1″=30′

1″=40′

1″=50′

1″=60′

1″=70′

1″=80′

1″=90′

1″=100′

1″=150′

1″=200′

1″=300′

1″=400′

1″=500′

Actual Equivalent: Metric

1:120

1:240

1:360

1:480

1:600

1:720

1:840

1:960

1:1080

1:1200

1:1800

1:2400

1:3600

1:4800

1:6000

Closest Standard Metric Scale

1:125

1:250

1:400

1:500

1:600

1:750

1:750

1:1000

1:1000

1:1250

1:2000

1:2500

1:4000

1:5000

1:5000

Standard Imperial Architectural Scale

1′ = 1′-0″

6″ = 1′-0″

3″ = 1′-0″

1 1/2″ = 1′-0″

1″ = 1′-0″

3/4″ = 1′-0″

1/2″ = 1′-0″

3/8″ = 1′-0″

1/4″ = 1′-0″

3/16″ = 1′-0″

1/8″ = 1′-0″

3/32″ = 1′-0″

1/16″ = 1′-0″

1/32″ = 1′-0″

1/64″ = 1′-0″

1/128″ = 1′-0″

Actual Equivalent: Metric

1:1

1:2

1:4

1:8

1:12

1:16

1:24

1:32

1:48

1:64

1:96

1:128

1:192

1:384

1:768

1:1536

Closest Standard Metric Scale

1:1

1:2

1:5

1:10

1:10

1:15

1:25

1:30

1:50

1:75

1:100

1:125

1:200

1:400

1:750

1:1500

Plot scale conversions: Metric to Imperial

Standard Metric Scale

1:1

1:2

1:5

1:7. 5

1:10

1:12.5

1:15

1:20

1:25

1:30

1:40

1:50

1:75

1:100

1:125

1:150

1:200

1:250

1:300

1:400

1:500

1:600

1:750

1:1000

1:1250

1:1500

1:2000

1:2500

1:3000

1:4000

1:5000

1:10000

Actual Equivalent: Arch Imperial

1′ = 1′-0″

6″ = 1′-0″

2 2/5″ = 1′-0″

1 3/5″ = 1′-0″

1 1/5″ = 1′-0″

24/25″ = 1′-0″

4/5″ = 1′-0″

3/5″ = 1′-0″

12/25″ = 1′-0″

2/5″ = 1′-0″

3/10″ = 1′-0″

6/25″ = 1′-0″

4/25″ = 1′-0″

3/25″ = 1′-0″

12/125″ = 1′-0″

2/25″ = 1′-0″

3/50″ = 1′-0″

6/125″ = 1′-0″

1/25″ = 1′-0″

3/100″ = 1′-0″

3/125″ = 1′-0″

1/50″ = 1′-0″

2/125″ = 1′-0″

3/250″ = 1′-0″

6/625″ = 1′-0″

1/125″ = 1′-0″

3/500″ = 1′-0″

3/625″ = 1′-0″

1/250″ = 1′-0″

3/1000″ = 1′-0″

3/1250″ = 1′-0″

3/2500″ = 1′-0″

Closest Std. Arch Imperial

1′ = 1′-0″

6″ = 1′-0″

3″ = 1′-0″

1 1/2″ = 1′-0″

1 1/2″ = 1′-0″

1″ = 1′-0″

3/4″ = 1′-0″

3/4″ = 1′-0″

1/2″ = 1′-0″

3/8″ = 1′-0″

1/4″ = 1′-0″

1/4″ = 1′-0″

3/16″ = 1′-0″

1/8″ = 1′-0″

3/32″ = 1′-0″

3/32″ = 1′-0″

1/16″ = 1′-0″

1/32″ = 1′-0″

1/32″ = 1′-0″

1/32″ = 1′-0″

1/32″ = 1′-0″

1/64″ = 1′-0″

1/64″ = 1′-0″

1/64″ = 1′-0″

1/128″ = 1′-0″

1/128″ = 1′-0″

1/128″ = 1′-0″

Actual Equivalent: Eng. Imperial

1′ = 1′

1″ = 0.17′

1″ = 0.42′

1″ = 0.625′

1″ = 0.833′

1″ = 1.04′

1″ = 1.25′

1″ = 1.667′

1″ = 2.083′

1″ = 2.5′

1″ = 3.333′

1″ = 4.17′

1″ = 6.25′

1″ = 8.33′

1″ = 10.417′

1″ = 2.5′

1″ = 16.66′

1″ = 20.833′

1″ = 25′

1″ = 33.333′

1″ = 41. 66′

1″ = 50′

1″ = 62.5′

1″ = 83.34′

1″ = 104.167′

1″ = 125′

1″ = 166.667′

1″ = 208.333′

1″ = 250′

1″ = 333.333′

1″ = 416.66′

1″ = 833.333′

Closest Std. Eng Imperial

1′ = 1′

1″ = 4′

1″ = 8′

1″ = 10′

1″ = 15′

1″ = 15′

1″ = 20′

1″ = 30′

1″ = 30′

1″ = 40′

1″ = 50′

1″ = 60′

1″ = 80′

1″ = 100′

1″ = 150′

1″ = 150′

1″ = 200′

1″ = 300′

1″ = 300′

1″ = 400′

1″ = 1000′

Simple length conversions

You can simply google «m to ft» or «ft to m» to find a calculator. The list below includes conversions for a few common mearurements.

1″ = 25.4mm

1″ = 0.8333m

1′ = 304.8mm

1′ = 0.3048m

1mm = 0. 03937″

1mm = 0.00328′

1m = 39.3701″

1m = 3.28′

Approximate Conversions from U.S. Customary Measures to Metric

The numerical value of the units in the When You Know column are multiplied by the approximate unit conversion factor found in the Multiply By column to obtain a numerical value for the units listed in the To Find Column. For example:

When You Know Multiply By To Find
20 yd 0.91 approximately 18.2 m

Length

Symbol When You Know Multiply By To Find Symbol
in inch 2. 54 centimeter cm
ft foot 30.48 centimeter cm
yd yard 0.91 meter m
mi mile 1.61 kilometer km

Area

Symbol When You Know Multiply By To Find Symbol
in² square inch 6.45 square centimeter cm²
ft² square foot 0. 09 square meter
yd² square yard 0.84 square meter
mi² square mile 2.59 square kilometer km²
acre 0.41 hectare ha

Mass (weight)

Symbol When You Know Multiply By To Find Symbol
oz ounce 28.35 gram g
lb pound 0. 45 kilogram kg
short ton
(2000 lb)
0.91 metric ton t

Volume

Symbol When You Know Multiply By To Find Symbol
tsp teaspoon 4.93 milliliter mL
Tbsp tablespoon 14.79 milliliter mL
in³ cubic inch 16.39 milliliter mL
fl oz fluid ounce 29. 57 milliliter mL
c cup 0.24 liter L
pt pint, liquid 0.47 liter L
qt quart, liquid 0.95 liter L
gal gallon 3.79 liter L
ft³ cubic foot 0.03 cubic meter
yd³ cubic yard 0. 76 cubic meter

Temperature (exact)

Symbol When You Know Calculation To Find Symbol
°F degree Fahrenheit subtract 32, then
divide by 1.8
degree Celsius °C
°F  degree Fahrenheit subtract 32, divide by 1.8, add 273.15 Kelvin K

Metric to U.S. Customary Conversions

Credit:

NIST

Unit conversion is a multi-step process that involves multiplication or division by a numerical factor; selection of the correct number of significant digits; and rounding. Accurate unit conversions are obtained by selecting an appropriate conversion factor (a ratio which converts one unit of measure into another without changing the quantity).

Note: These approximate approximate conversion factors are published as NIST SP 365, which is a laminated metric conversion card. Copies of this publication can be requested by contacting theSI [at] nist.gov

Resources

• Becoming Familiar with SI
• Everyday Estimation
• Metrication FAQs
• Prefixes
• SI Education and Training
• SI Publications
• Understanding Metric
• Writing with Metric Units
• National Metric Week
• NEST-R (STEM Registry)

• NIST Education Resources

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Created January 13, 2010, Updated August 29, 2022

m Length and Distance Converter, Metric

m — Meter. Unit converter. /
Distance and Length Converter, Metric

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m — Meter. Converter and value conversion table.

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Metric

 meter to kilometer (km) meter to decimeter (dm) meter to centimeter (cm) meter to millimeter (mm) meter to micrometer (micron) meter to nanometer (nm) meter to angstrom (A)

Units:

kilometer
(km)
/
/
decimeter
(dm)
/
centimeter
(cm)
/
millimeter
(mm)
/
micrometer (micron)
/
nanometer
(nm)
/
angstrom
(A)

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US and imperial units

The American system is based on British measures before the Reform of 1826, when the British Empire system of measures was officially introduced. Until the 1960s, US and UK length measures differed by 2 parts per million. At first, such a small difference did not cause problems, but by the middle of the 20th century, the accuracy of measurements increased and the difference could no longer be ignored. Countries have agreed to adjust their length measurement systems so that the unit values ​​are exactly the same. Since then, British and American length units have been identical. In the USA, the old version of the units of length was retained under the special name «Surveying Units»

Since 1995, the UK has completely switched to metric units. Now, from non-metric measures of length, only miles, yards and feet are officially allowed to be used for road signs.

 meter to league, league meter to mile (mi) meter → land meter to furlong meter → bolt meter → chain meter → pol meter to rod (rd) meter → perch meter to yard (yd) meter to foot (ft) meter to feet and inches (x’y») meter to span meter to hand meter → inch (in) meter → line meter to mil meter to microinch

Units:

league, league
/
mile
(mi)
/
land
/
furlong
/
bolt
/
chain
/
Paul
/
genus
(rd)
/
perch
/
yard
(yd)
/
foot
(ft)
/
feet and inches
(x’y»)
/
span
/
hand
/
inch
(in)
/
line
/
mil
/
microinch

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British units before 1963

The first official standards for units of measurement in Britain appeared in the 15th century. A single British system of units, measures of the British Empire, was introduced in 1824. Later at 1963g measures were synchronized between the US and UK and redefined in terms of the standard Parisian definition of the metre.

 meter to league, league meter to mile (mi) meter → land meter → skein meter → bolt meter to shackle meter to furlong meter to chain meter → roup meter → pol meter to goad meter to el (elbow) meter to yard (yd) meter → pace meter to qubit (cu) meter to foot (ft) meter to span (sp) meter to nail meter → shaft meter to hand (hand) (hd) meter to palm (palm) (plm) meter → inch (in) meter → finger meter to digital meter to barleycorn meter to poppiside meter → line (line) meter → button meter → gauge meter to tou (th) meter to miles

Units:

league, league
/
mile
(mi)
/
land
/
skein
/
bolt
/
shackle
/
furlong
/
chain
/
rope
/
Paul
/
goad
/
el (elbow)
/
yard
(yd)
/
pace
/
qubit
(cu)
/
foot
(ft)
/
span
(sp)
/
nail
/
shaftment
/
hand (hand)
(hd)
/
palm (palm)
(plm)
/
inch
(in)
/
finger (finger)
/
digital
/
barleycorn
/
poppiside
/
line (line)
/
button
/
caliber
/
tou
(th)
/
miles

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Surveying measures US

 meter to furlong meter to Ramsden’s chain (engineering) (ch) meter to Gunther’s chain (survey) (ch) meter to Chain Gurley (ch) meter → Paul Gunter (survey) meter → Gunther’s yard (survey) meter to Ramsden’s (engineering) link meter → Link Gunther (survey) meter → Link Gurley meter → Gunter’s foot (surveyor), surveyors’ foot (ft)

Units:

furlong
/
Chain Ramsden (engineering)
(ch)
/
Chain Guntera (survey)
(ch)
/
Chain Gourley
(ch)
/
Paul Guntera (survey)
/
Gunter’s yard (survey)
/
Ramsden’s link (engineering)
/
Gunter’s Link (survey)
/
Link Gurley
/
Gunther’s foot (surveyor), surveyors’ foot
(ft)

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International nautical units

The international nautical mile was determined in 1929 at the International Extraordinary Hydrographic Conference. Now this definition is accepted by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures and is widely used throughout the world. Prior to 1929, different nautical mile values ​​were used in different countries. In particular, the USSR, Great Britain and the USA did not immediately switch to a single international value, but for some time continued to use their own versions of the nautical mile.

 meter to nautical league (naut.leag) meter to nautical mile (naut.mi) meter to cables (cbl) meter to fathom, fathom (fath)

Units:

maritime league
(naut.leag)
/
nautical mile
(naut.mi)
/
cable
(cbl)
/
fathom, fathom
(fath)

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US Marine

These units were used until the transition to international units in 1954.

 meter to US nautical mile meter to cables US meter to US fathom (fath)

Units:

US nautical mile
/
USA cables
/
US fathom
(fath)

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British nautical units

These units were used until the transition to international units in 1970g.

 meter to Admiralty mile meter → Admiralty cable

Units:

Admiralty Mile
/
Admiralty Cable

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Spanish length units still in use today

These units are still in use in Latin America. At the same time, the values ​​of the same unit in different countries may differ. You can find a more complete list of old Spanish units on the Ancient Units of Length page.

 meter to quadra of Argentina meter to quadra of Bolivia meter to square Chile meter to quadra Colombia meter to quadra of Ecuador meter to quadra Nigaragua meter to quadra of Paraguay meter to square of Uruguay meter to vara of Argentina meter to vara of Brazil meter to vara Chile meter to vara of Colombia meter to vara costa rica meter to vara of Cuba meter to vara of Dominican Republic meter to vara of Ecuador meter to vara El Salvador meter to vara of Guatemala meter to vara of Honduras meter to vara mexico meter to vara Nicaragua meter to vara of Panama meter to vara of Paraguay meter to vara of Peru meter to vara of Peru (Spanish) meter to vara of Uruguay meter to vara Sao Tome and Principe meter to vara of Venezuela

Units:

quadra argentina
/
Quadra of Bolivia
/
quadra chile
/
quadra colombia
/
quadra ecuador
/
quadra Nigaragua
/
quadra paraguay
/
Quadra Uruguay
/
vara argentina
/
vara brazil
/
vara chile
/
colombia vara
/
vara costa rica
/
vara of cuba
/
vara of the dominican republic
/
vara of ecuador
/
vara el salvador
/
vara of guatemala
/
vara of honduras
/
vara mexico
/
vara nicaragua
/
vara panama
/
vara of paraguay
/
vara of Peru (Peruvian)
/
vara of Peru (Spanish)
/
vara uruguay
/
Wara Sao Tome and Principe
/
vara venezuela

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Japanese units

 meter to ri (里) meter to chō (町) meter to jo (丈) meter to hiro (尋) meter to ken (間) meter to shaku (尺) meter to song (寸) meter → bu (分) meter to rin (厘) meter → mo (毛, 毫)

ri (里)
/
cho (町)
/
jo (丈)
/
hiro (尋)
/
ken (間)
/
shaku (尺)
/
song (寸)
/
boo (分)
/
rin (厘)
/
mo (毛, 毫)

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Chinese units after 1930

 meter to li (市里) meter to ying (引) meter to zhang (市丈) meter to chi (市尺) meter to kang (市寸) meter to hair dryer (市分) meter → whether small (釐 or 厘) meter to hao (毫) meter to si (丝) meter → hu (忽)

Units:

li (市里)
/
win (引)
/
zhang (市丈)
/
chi (市尺)
/
kan (市寸)
/
hair dryer (市分)
/
whether small (釐 or 厘)
/
hao (毫)
/
si (丝)
/
hu (忽)

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Chinese units 1915

 meter to li (里) meter to yin (引) meter to zhang (丈) meter to bu (步) meter to chi (尺) meter to cun (寸) meter to fen (分) meter → whether small (釐 or 厘) meter to hao (毫) meter to si (丝) meter → hu (忽)

Units:

li (里)
/
yin (引)
/
zhang (丈)
/
boo (步)
/
chi (尺)
/
cun (寸)
/
fen (分)
/
whether small (釐 or 厘)
/
hao (毫)
/
si (丝)
/
hu (忽)

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Hong Kong units

 meter to chi (尺) meter to cun (寸) meter to fen (分)

Units:

chi (尺)
/
cun (寸)
/
fen (分)

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Thai units

Some of these units are still in use, despite the fact that the metric system was officially introduced in 1923. Shortly before the introduction of the metric system, the old units were adapted to match the exact values ​​of the metric units.

 meter to yot (โยชน์, league) meter → sen (เส้น, rope) meter to wa (วา, sazhen) meter to juice (ศอก, cubit) meter to kip (คืบ, palm) meter to niu (นิ้ว, Siamese inch) meter to crabiat (กระเบียด quarter inch)

yot (โยชน์, league)
/
sen (เส้น, rope)
/
wa (วา, fathom)
/
juice (ศอก, cubit)
/
kup (คืบ, palm)
/
niu (นิ้ว, Siamese inch)
/
crabiat (กระเบียด quarter inch)

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Optical

 meter to diopter

Units:

diopter

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Geographic (German)

 meter to geographical mile

geographic mile

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Computer equipment

Unit of measure for special equipment mounted in a special rack or cabinet. Mounting holes (e.g. standard 19-inch rack) on supporting structures are arranged so that when mounted horizontally, without gaps, only equipment that has a height of an integer number of units is fastened.

 meter to unit (U) meter to horizontal pitch (HP)

Units:

unit
(U)
/
horizontal pitch
(HP)

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Typographic units (US and UK — ATA system)

 meter to pica meter to pica [PostScript] meter → point (Fri) meter → item [PostScript] (Fri) meter to pixel (px) meter to twip (twip)

Units:

peak
/
peak [PostScript]
/
paragraph
(Fri)
/
item [PostScript]
(Fri)
/
pixel
(px)
/
twip
(twip)

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Printing units (Europe — Didot system)

 meter → picero meter → point (Fri)

Units:

pica
/
paragraph
(Fri)

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Footwear manufacturer unit

 meter to dash (paris point)

Units:

stroke (Paris dot)

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Astronomical units

 meter to redshift (z) meter to parsec (pc) meter to light year meter to astronomical unit (a. u.) meter to light-minute meter to light second

redshift
(z)
/
parsec
(PC)
/
light year
/
astronomical unit
(a.u.)
/
light minute
/
light second

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Units of distance from Grace Hopper

Grace Hopper is famous for having figured out how to visualize the concept of a nanosecond. She was often asked why satellite communications take so long. For clarity, Grace began to give out pieces of wire about 30 centimeters long, since that is how much light travels in one nanosecond. She also handed out packets of ground peppers, which she called picoseconds. Grace also used these visual aids to demonstrate why fast computers need to be small.

 meter to microsecond of light meter to nanosecond of light meter to light picosecond

Units:

light microsecond
/
light nanosecond
/
light picosecond

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Natural units

In physics, natural units are based only on fundamental physical constants. The definition of these units is in no way connected with any historical human constructions, only with the fundamental laws of nature.

 meter to Planck length (L)

Units:

planck length
(L)

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• Inserts for external and internal threading
• Full and Partial Profile
• Inserts with flat neutral and positive rake or chipbreakers
• Multi-tooth inserts
• Normal and fine pitch

Inserts available in ISCAR IC908 grade with PVD coating. Suitable for threading a variety of materials at low to medium cutting speeds.

Tool

All inserts fit into standard sized slots.
In addition, ISCAR offers the following tool:

• External toolholders for double-sided deep grooving inserts
• External toolholders for shallow grooving and threading
• External Toolholders for Grooving and Threading, for Sliding Turning Machines
• External undercut toolholders
• Boring bars with through coolant for internal grooving and threading
• Interchangeable grooving and threading heads
• Steel shanks with through coolant for interchangeable heads

The new NOTCH-GRIP tool and inserts will allow us to introduce our products to end users who currently use the standard tools in this range.

Identification system for grooving and threading inserts

1. Plate

 A — Acme B — Blank C — Thread API D — Thread API F — Face groove G — Grooving J — Thread UNJ R — Full Radius T — Profile 60˚ U — Undercuts V — V-grooves

2. Additional information

 D — Deep Grooving F — Fine step K — Small step and position. rake angle P — Positive rake angle T — Double-sided

3. Insert size

 Size Inch Metric 2 .150 3.81 3 .195 4.95 4 .255 6.48 5 .380 9.65 6 .383 9.73

4. Metric size

Used to indicate metric grooves

5. Insert width

Inch/Metric

Example:

 Inch: 0.125 = 125 Metric: 1.5 = 150

6. Version

 L .125 = 125 R 1. 50 = 150

7. Coarse pitch

Used only to indicate a major step

8. Chipbreaker

Threading:

 FCB Very fine pitch CB Fine step HCB General Purpose

Groove:

 CB General Purpose

9. Grade

IC908

NOTCH-GRIP catalog

See page 5 ff for new chipbreaker inserts.

Download the NOTCH-GRIP catalog from the link below.
https://www.iscar.com/Catalogs/flipview/brochures/notch_grip_2021/index.html

ING-RCB/LCB

Double-Sided Precision Inserts with Chipbreakers for Grooving

• DMIN according to corresponding boring bar
(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

ING-RCB/LCB — Inch

Double-Ended Precision Grooving Inserts with a Chipformer

• Double-Sided Precision Inserts with Chipbreakers for Grooving
(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

INR-RCB/LCB

Full Radius Double Sided Precision Inserts with Chipbreakers for Grooving

• DMIN according to the corresponding boring bar
(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

INR-RCB/LCB — Inch

Full Radius Double Sided Precision Inserts with Chipbreakers for Grooving

• DMIN according to corresponding boring bar
(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

INGD-RCB/LCB

Single-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for deep grooving

• DMIN according to the respective boring bar
(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

INGD-RCB/LCB — Inch

Single-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for deep grooving

• DMIN according to corresponding boring bar
(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)

INF-RCB/LCB

Double-Sided Precision Inserts with Chipbreakers for Face Grooving

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)
(3) Minimum axial groove diameter

INF-RCB/LCB — Inch

Double-Sided Precision Inserts with Chipbreakers for Face Grooving

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)
(3) Minimum axial groove diameter

INFD-RCB/LCB

Single-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for deep face grooving

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)
(3) Minimum axial groove diameter

INFD-RCB/LCB — Inch

Single-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for deep face grooving

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)
(3) Minimum axial groove diameter

INFD-RCB/LCB-I

Single-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for deep face grooving

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)
(3) Minimum axial groove diameter

INFD-RCB/LCB-I — Inch

Single-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for deep face grooving

(1) Cutting width tolerance (+/-)
(2) Corner radius tolerance (+/-)
(3) Minimum axial groove diameter

Round thread API FLDC-RD-75-CB

Double-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for threading

• DMIN according to corresponding boring bar
(1) Threads per inch

Round Thread API FLDC-RD-75-CB — Inch

Double-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for threading

• DMIN according to corresponding boring bar
(1) Threads per inch

Partial thread profile 60° FLT-CB

Double-sided precision inserts with chipbreakers for threading

• DMIN according to corresponding boring bar
(1) Minimum number of threads per inch int.

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