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"Mils to Microns"



2005

Can someone please give me the conversion formula for mils to microns

Anthony Iceton
Emirates Motor Company - UAE
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2005

A mil is a thousandth of an inch; a micron (or micrometer) is a millionth of a meter. There are about 39.4 inches in a meter, so 39.4 millionths of an inch in a micron, or .0394 mils. Inversely expressed, a mil is about 25 microns.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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