|This 12-ft. steel tape measure with 1/2" blade is graduated in tenths and hundredths of inches and also in fractions of inches (32nds). Very handy for all aircraft construction. A must for building composite aircraft.|
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I got this to layout stair balusters using a calculator instead of having to convert to metric. It would be nice if the divisions were a bit more minute the length of the tape. Beyond that, its great!
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Both. Fractions on the inches side and decimal conversion on the other side.
Yes that is correct.