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Link for inches (Yahoo answers): http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=1005121701626 Link for dimensions in millimeters: http://www.hvs.co.uk/printdimsjewelcasecd.html Also :http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070525065046AAFbQ03 Link for mailers (inches): http://www.hwcboxes.com/CD.html Link for print settings: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080222095503AA2xrCx

Q: What are the Dimensions of a CD case?

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Impossible to determine without more information.

If linear dimensions are increased by a certain factor, the volume will increase by that same factor, raised to the third power - so, in this case, 3 to the power 3.

What you are looking for are driven dimensions. Derived dimensions must be a typo. Driven dimensions are enclosed in parentheses to distinguish them from regular dimensions in inventor. These dimensions do not contrain a sketch they simply reflect dimensioned geometry which is most likely under some geometric constraint.

Outside linear dimension is the total sum of length, width and height. For most airlines, one can not have outside linear dimension of 62 for a suit case.

The dimensions are: The dimensions of the square are LW Length x width (srry about the last one)

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CD case is in mm ( millimeter)

The metric unit commonly used to measure the volume of a CD case is cubic centimeters (cm³) or cubic millimeters (mm³).

The actual CD or the case?

a CD case that folds 4 times.

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It is just a clever name for a CD case. They are the slimmer version of the standard CD case. "Jewel" refers to the piece that clips into the center hole of the CD to keep it in place. It has a jewel-like design.

Cardboard comes in different weights, depending on thickness, whether it is corrogated (i.e. with spaces), pressed, etc. So, the answer would depend first on the type and weight of the cardboard. Regardless of type of cardboard or the weight of the type, I would guess it would weigh far less than the CD and CD case together. I would further guess it would weigh about or less than the plastic CD case without the CD, with both CD and and extra cardboard piece being the same dimensions (height+width) and if the cardboard was thin. Lifes

There are MANY types and sizes of CD players

The diameter is 120 millimetres. The thickness depends on whether or not it can be written to.