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The calculators will give accurate results only for rectangular shaped objects.
Box Dimensions Calculator: Figures out third dimension of a box, given two known dimensions, required internal volume and material thickness. For example, if you have the length and height of a part of your trunk, and need to figure out the width of the box: Enter the two dimensions you have measured, enter the internal volume, and the thickness of the wood. If you are placing objects inside the box, such as braces, or a piece of wood to separate the box into two independent boxes for two woofers, use the “Solid Object Volume Calculator.”
Solid Object Volume Calculator: Figures out volume of an object to be placed inside a box. Then add result to “required internal volume” in the “Box dimensions Calculator”.
Conversion Factors: Metric to English units, Cubic inches to cu ft, etc.
|– cu in / 1728||=||Cubic feet|
|– cu ft x 1728||=||Cubic inches|
|– cu ft x 28320||=||Cubic centimeters|
|– cm x 0.394||=||Inches|
|– in x 2.540||=||Centimeters|
|– ft x 30.48||=||Centimeters|
|– ft x .3048||=||Meters|
|– m x 3.281||=||Feet|