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How should I know to create the correct dimension of the case for a 7 (16 lbs), 8 (18 lbs) and 9 (20 lbs) Kgs of watermelon?

In the instructables didn't mention the dimensions for each watermelon.

Could you please send me your comments?

Thanks

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Re-design (author)2010-06-16

Watermelon is a little less dense than water. Water weighs .03608 pound per cubic inch. So for 16 lbs you would need close to 443 cubic inches. Unless I'm wrong, but I don't think so.

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caarntedd (author)Re-design2010-06-16

Can you calculate that in kilderkins and firkins?

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Re-design (author)caarntedd2010-06-17

Sure.

A 16 lb. watermelon should be close to  .107  kilderkins.

Or  .214  firkins.


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Re-design (author)caarntedd2010-06-20

You do but did I get "Best Answer"?

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