On 2016-10-14 1:33 PM, Jim Brain wrote: > > Well, I have good news and bad news. As some have noted here, it > appears to be a mutation of 5/32"; but, folks are still trying to > determine the significance of 5/32". I mean, 1/8" was in general use as > a measurement (earphone connector) in that timeframe; so, I would expect > .125" to be more realistic. But, I continue to ask. Maybe, it was economics. Manufacturers already had tools to handle screw pitches. Maybe, they adapted them to manufacturing electronic connectors, instead of spending (more) money to create new tools (with new sizes). Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-10-19 20:00:07
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