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Old 06-08-2013, 03:23 AM
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How much would 8ft x 6ft by 70cm high
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Could anyone please guide me for correct calculation.

A Wood Size

L x W x T
1250 x 100 x 25

All mm

How much it would be in Cubic Meters
And How much it would be in Cubic Feet

Thanks
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Could anyone please guide me for correct calculation.

A Wood Size

L x W x T
1250 x 100 x 25

All mm

How much it would be in Cubic Meters
And How much it would be in Cubic Feet

Thanks
Harish
Assuming the shape is a rectangular solid, just express in meters and multiply out:
1.25 m x 0.1 m x 0.025 m = 0.003125 m (ie 3.125 L)

For cubic feet,
0.003125 m x (1 ft/0.3048m) = 0.1104 ft

If you have multiple pieces of this size, just multiply above by number of pieces.
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Pls can any body give me the total number of timbers in 20cubic meter with measurements 2 inch x 8 inch x 8 feet per timber?
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Could anyone please guide me for correct caclulation.

A Wood Size

L x W x T
7.2 x 3.2 x 0.9 DIMENSION All FEET

How much it would be in GUN FEET
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Could anyone please guide me for correct caclulation.

A Wood Size

L x W x T
7.2 x 3.2 x 0.9 DIMENSION All FEET

How much it would be in GUN FEET
Thanks & Bye

VINOD
I've never heard of a unit called gun feet, and Google wasn't much help. Do you know the definition of the unit?
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2 Inch X 1 Inch X 10 Feet

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If you want the volume in metric, it is easier to measure in metric.
Converting and pretending you did,

0.0254 m x 0.0508 x 3.048 m = 0.00393 m
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5x4 size

7feet x2 pieces
4feetx2 pieces

How much cft is required
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5x4 size

7feet x2 pieces
4feetx2 pieces

How much cft is required
Are the 5x4 dimensions in inches? They need to be in feet, divide by 12.

7 ft x (5/12) ft x (4/12) ft x 2 pcs = 1.944 ft
You can do the other one the same way.
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