I want to convert meters per second to micro-inches per second. What is the conversion factor.
The seconds have nothing to do with it in this case, Roger, so you're just converting meters to microinches. The two units are vastly different in scale, reminding me of a fraternity pledge project I had to do eons ago, i.e., to find the volume of the average human cranium in cubic parsecs.
Anyway, since a meter is 39.7 inches, it's 39,700,000 microinches.
Ted Mooney, P.E. Striving to live Aloha finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
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