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How to calculate cubic inch per 20' container for one part

Postby June Lin » Fri Jul 09, 2004 9:45 pm

I want to calculate the cubic inch for one part for 20' container.
Here is the info for you:
20' container
the part size is:
Length 37"
Width 4.5"
Height 26"
One 20' container can have total of 42,000 pcs of this part.
Please let me know the cubic inch for each part for 20' container ASAP.

Thank you so much
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Re: How to calculate cubic inch per 20' container for one pa

Postby Knight » Wed Jul 14, 2004 4:46 am

June Lin wrote:I want to calculate the cubic inch for one part for 20' container.
Here is the info for you:
20' container
the part size is:
Length 37"
Width 4.5"
Height 26"
One 20' container can have total of 42,000 pcs of this part.
Please let me know the cubic inch for each part for 20' container ASAP.

Thank you so much

To calculate the cubic inches, multpily the three dimensions together.

37 in x 4.5 in x 26 in = 4,329 in³.
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Postby Serdar Bey » Mon Aug 16, 2004 8:32 pm

I want to calculate that how many pieces 103x72x42cm sized box in a 40" container. 40" container size is 12035x2530x2393cm. Of course I can calculate it with cbm method but this is box and I must use an optimum packing method to fill the container.

I'm sure that there is programme to calculate it.
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Re: How to calculate cubic inch per 20' container for one pa

Postby Guest » Tue Apr 14, 2009 9:25 pm

I want to calculate the cubic inch for one part for 20' container.
Here is the info for you:
20' container
the part size is:
Length 12"
Width 8"
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Re: How to calculate cubic inch per 20' container for one pa

Postby jacketsmanda » Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:37 am

I want to calculate that how many pieces 103x72x42cm sized box in a 40" container. 40" container size is 12035x2530x2393cm. Of course I can calculate it with cbm method but this is box and I must use an optimum packing method to fill the container.

I agree with you, perhaps, is there a better welcome to put the expectations, thank you!

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