I just finished a table with common fractions used in woodworking, 64'n, on up to 1". The idea here is if you are doing some of the math I posted you are getting answers down to .001" and maybe you're having trouble getting that to some fraction measurement that works easier for you. Here you can just look for the .??? number and find the closest fraction. I also added mm in case you need them.
I broke this in to 2 tables for posting...
If you have trouble figuring this all out let me know I'll post a few examples that will get you going.
Last edited by reible; 03-28-2005 at 10:40 AM.