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How can I convert fluid into "CC"s?
I cant find any thing with "cc"s on it to check my heads, isn't there a converson into ounces or milileters or somthing I can find in the kitchen????
Without spending a fortune?
any help?
thanks T.C.
 

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I assume you mean something like 1 pint = ?? cubic centimenters (cc)? I did a search on google.com for "volume conversions" and found quite a few. Try http://www.speckdesign.com/Tvolume.html for starters...seems to have the most from/to options.

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A friend gave me some large syringes that I used for measuring epoxy. They were 100cc capacity in small graduations & I think they came from a veteranery supply.

1 ounce = 29.573 CC's
1 milliliter = 1 CC (they're the same)

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Also, I think there's 16.4cc's per cubic inch.

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Crafts stores have cups graduated both ways.

Very cheap.

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