For some, converting fractions to decimals or decimals to fractions is easy. For others, it is more difficult or even a chore. Where you fall on that scale depends on a number of things. Your natural mathematics or memorization abilities, the number of fractions you need to convert, the amount of other things on your plate, and your stress levels all factor in to how challenging a fraction to decimal conversion could be. Most of us have many things on our mind, many concerns demanding our attention, and many things to get done in a single day. In a fast paced production environment, people simply do not have the time to sit down and work out equations. If you have a piece of equipment with ball bearings that are due to be replaced, you want to be able to place an order quickly so that you can turn your attention to the next pressing matter, and the next after that. Capture_Fraction_Conversion_ChartTo help remove the stress and guesswork from fraction to decimal conversions, we have created a free Fraction Conversion Chart for you to download. The chart features every fraction found in an inch, from the smallest measurement of 1/64 to 1 inch and everything in between, including less common fractions such as 19/64 and 23/32. In all, the Fraction Conversion Chart features more than 60 measurements laid out in a clear, easy to read format. Download the chart for free, print it out, and post it up next to your phone or computer — you will always have the most accurate conversion at your fingertips. Click here to download our free Fraction Conversion Chart today. Fraction to decimal conversion is not the only variable in ordering ball bearings, however. Material type, finish, and other factors all need to be considered. For more help determining which product options are best for your needs, contact us today.