What Are the Dimensions of a DVD Case?

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A standard DVD case measures 190 x 135 x 14mm. A slim jewel case measures 141 x 124 x 10mm. Others come in opaque hard clamshell discs that measure 125 x 124 x 4mm. Printed DVD cardboard wallets are about 125 x 125 mm. The DVD clear wallets - 132 x 130mm.
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DVD case: the front, back and spine = 10.8in x 7.25in The front = 5...
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The typical single disc case measures 190mmx135mmx14mm (7.48in x 5.3in x .55in) the height is very close to the 188mm standard width of a VHS videocassette.
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1. Measure the total riser height. This is the height from the lower floor to the top of the higher floor. Write this number down. 2. Divide the total riser height by the maximum
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If you mean the case in which an audio cassette is stored - it's approximately 15mm x 110mm x 70mm - depending on the individual case design (some are slightly smaller)
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The dimensions of a DVD case are 190mm tall by 135mm wide by 15mm thick. DVD cases are also called keep boxes and poly-boxes. They are made from polypropylene plastic.
The front, the back and the spine of a DVD case if it is opened and laid flat is 10.8 inches by 7.25 inches. The front alone is 5 inches by 7.25 inches.
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