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Welcome to mm to feet.

Here you can find everything about the millimeters to feet conversion, including the formula, examples and a length converter you will like. 🙂

If you have been looking for mm to ft or mm to ′, then you are also right here because for feet we sometimes use the abbreviation ft and ′, called the prime symbol.

And mm denotes millimeters of course. Keep reading to learn how to convert the units.

mm to Feet Converter

Right below you can find our converter which accepts any length of millimeters in decimal notation and changes it automatically to feet.

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Millimeters to Feet

Meter is the American spelling variant for what is elsewhere known as metre, the base unit of length in the metric system.

Therefore, outside the US, millimeters to feet is spelled millimetres to feet.

We just mention this to assure all of our visitors that they have come to the right site to convert millimeters to feet.

Bookmark us now as mm to ft.

In the next section we show you how to convert the length using the formula, along with examples of the millimeter to feet conversion.

Convert mm to Feet

To obtain feet you have to divide the length in millimeters by 304.8.

For example, for 100 millimeters divide 100 by 304.8 to get 0.32808 ft.

In other words 304.8 mm in feet equals one foot.

So, 1 millimeter is approximately the length of 0.00328083989501312335958005249344 feet.

mm to Feet Formula

The conversion formula is:

[ft] = [mm] / 304.8

The link below takes you the reciprocal conversion, including the formula, a converter as well as further information.

Below is our conversion table. Make sure to understand that the values in the second column are rounded to the nearest inch.

mmFeet
100″
200″ 1′
300″ 1′
400″ 2′
500″ 2′
600″ 2′
700″ 3′
800″ 3′
900″ 4′
1000″ 4′
1100″ 4′
1200″ 5′
1300″ 5′
1400″ 6′
1500″ 6′
1600″ 6′
1700″ 7′
1800″ 7′
1900″ 7′
2000″ 8′
2100″ 8′
2200″ 9′
2300″ 9′
2400″ 9′
2500″ 10′
2600″ 10′
2700″ 11′
2800″ 11′
2900″ 11′
3001″
3101″
3201″ 1′
3301″ 1′
3401″ 1′
3501″ 2′
3601″ 2′
3701″ 3′
3801″ 3′
3901″ 3′
4001″ 4′
4101″ 4′
4201″ 5′
4301″ 5′
4401″ 5′
4501″ 6′
4601″ 6′
4701″ 7′
4801″ 7′
4901″ 7′
5001″ 8′
5101″ 8′
5201″ 8′
5301″ 9′
5401″ 9′
5501″ 10′
5601″ 10′
5701″ 10′
5801″ 11′
5901″ 11′
6002″
6102″
6202″
6302″ 1′
6402″ 1′
6502″ 2′
6602″ 2′
6702″ 2′
6802″ 3′
6902″ 3′
7002″ 4′
7102″ 4′
7202″ 4′
7302″ 5′
7402″ 5′
7502″ 6′
7602″ 6′
7702″ 6′
7802″ 7′
7902″ 7′
8002″ 7′
8102″ 8′
8202″ 8′
8302″ 9′
8402″ 9′
8502″ 9′
8602″ 10′
8702″ 10′
8802″ 11′
8902″ 11′
9002″ 11′
9103″
9203″
9303″ 1′
9403″ 1′
9503″ 1′
9603″ 2′
9703″ 2′
9803″ 3′
9903″ 3′
10003″ 3′

mm to Feet Conversion

Before summing all up, let’s have a look at some more of the frequent search terms in connection with the topic under consideration.

• How many feet in a millimeter?
• How many feet in millimeter?
• 1 feet equal to how many mm?
• 1 feet how much mm?
• How many ft in a mm?

If you don’t know all the answers, then read our content (again) from the beginning.

In addition, more about the units foot and millimeter can be found in the referenced sites.

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