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    Well

    I'm a bit of a gram weenie so I actually own a scale that weighs in 1/10's of grams. It's kinda cool to be able to weigh pretty much anything you want. Like a speck of dust for example. lol

    Although not necessary for what you're doing, you can buy them for about $30 if you really wanted.

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    i usually don't give up easyly, but a tenth of a gram - slaps forhead and asks.."what was i thinking"? thanks to all. think i'll just fill to the nearest gram(challenging enough for a klutz like me)

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    Well thanks for answering a question I had. For my top quilt, the calculator said baffle 1,2,3 are .42oz, .43oz and .44oz, but rounds to 12G each. Glad to know I can just throw 12 grams in each and call it a day.
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    Not that I think you need it... But a reloading scale will measure is tenths of grains... But your going to be limited by the volume you can weigh due to the design of the scale...

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    What he said... get a reasonably priced scale for measuring grains, such as those used in reloading boolits... 16.4 grains = 1 gram.

    But you've already solved the real problem!
    "We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately." - Ben Franklin
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    The problem with modding a scale to improve it's accuracy...is verifying the accuracy of the new scale:

    You'll need a form of measurement that already accomplishes what you want to do...so why mod at that point?


    Just buy a better scale...you'd have to do it eventually anyway.

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    Knowing that it was never intended to be, I still gotta say, this is pretty funny.
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