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 A reel of paper 2011-06-03 From keith:if a full reel of paper has 7750 metres on it with a diameter of 1240mm and a core diameter of 100mm how can work out the thickness of each strip of paper therefore allowing me to work out the metreage of the roll when its half in diameter at say 620mmAnswered by Penny Nom. Linear feet on a paper roll 2006-03-20 From Vishal:I WOULD WISH TO KNOW OF A STANDARD FORMULA BY WHICH I CAN CALCULATE THE LINEAR FEET OF A PAPER ROLL AS PER THE FOLLOWING DETAILS:- THICKNESS: 150 GSM (GRAMS PER SQUARE METER) REEL WIDTH: 85 CM REEL DIAMETER: 140 CM REEL INNER CORE: 10 CM REEL WEIGHT: 946 KG's Answered by Stephen La Rocque. A roll of paper 2005-04-16 From Tuomas:How would you calculate a diameter of a paper reel when the paper is 0,04 millimeters thick and for example 5000 meters of it is winded on a 76 mm (3inch) core.Answered by Penny Nom.

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