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object diameter of 30mm to 32mm

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I need a round object with a diameter of 30mm to 32mm to use as a cutting template. If you happen to stumble across anything that fits the bill will you let me know? I think I'll head to the supermarket tomorrow with my calipers. Seriously.

Thanks,

Ed

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Strange. Just as I sent off this post, I looked up and there it was, an empty 35mm film canister: 30mm in diameter.

Please let me know if you find other objects.

Ed

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What's 35mm film? :)

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Try the bottom of a shot glass. The two I found in my cupboard are 35mm.

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What's 35 mm in proper measurements?

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shame on you tonyc1...

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here your go Tony -35mm (65.88 inches)

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here your go Tony -35mm (65.88 inches)

Actually,

35 millimeters = 1.37795276 in

What did you think mm meant?

Edited by tashabear

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This is why I hate Napoleon!This is why I hate Napoleon!

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lol Guess your right. I quickly typed 35mm in the search bar and and didnt give it a secon look. just copy and pasted it. that will break me from do that again. lol sorry

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Okay so now that i feel stupid. i googled mm conversions. To convert millimeters to inches multiply mm x 0.0394

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I need a round object with a diameter of 30mm to 32mm to use as a cutting template. If you happen to stumble across anything that fits the bill will you let me know? I think I'll head to the supermarket tomorrow with my calipers. Seriously.

Thanks,

Ed

Why not a tool store and look at sockets.

Or why not call a wood worker and ask him to

turn you one on the lathe. Or the hardware

store to check the pipe and pipe fittings. If

you were to find the right pipe you could

sharpen the end and make it a hole punch.

You could even get a compass and make your

own pattern the exact size you need.

WINDY

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