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This was last updated in April 2005
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  • Calculating OD from weight and/or metres in VBA

    This is what I get from your original equation: OD = 2000 * SQR((RNEW * (TGAUGE / 1000000))/PI + ((CORE / 2000) ^ 2))

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    Ok, I'll take a stab. Have a separate product number for the rejected item and have alternate bom for the production product which include x% of the rejected item. As the product is being rejec...

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