Q: How thick is .080 for plastic in inches?

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Gauge in floor tile is the thickness in thousandths of an inch. .080 is simply 8 one hundredths of an inch or about 1/12th of an inch thick .125 is 1/8" of an inch so it is 1/8" thick.

There is slightly more than 25 millimetres in an inch, so 75 millimetres = 3 inches approx. <><><><><> Most times, the mil is a unit of thickness in thousandths of an inch, so 75 mil is 0.075 inches thick. Depending on what you are looking at, 75 mil is quite thick. For instance, a typical plastic garbage bag might only be 1 or 2 mils thick.

Each bill is .0043 inches thick. 2000 dollars in twenties, which is 100 bills, is only .43 inches thick.

.004 inches thick

1 micron = 3.93700787 × 10-5 inches

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A 16 mil piece of plastic is as thick as 0.04 centimeters. 16 mil would equal 0.016 inches. As you can see, this piece of plastic would not be very thick.

As a fraction it is equivalent to 2/25 in its lowest terms

A 100 gauge piece of aluminum has a thickness of 0.0010 inches. Gauge is a universal system used to measure the thickness of metal and wire.

Gauge in floor tile is the thickness in thousandths of an inch. .080 is simply 8 one hundredths of an inch or about 1/12th of an inch thick .125 is 1/8" of an inch so it is 1/8" thick.

Gauge in plastic sheeting is 100 000th of an inch. So 60 gauge should be 0.0006 inches or 0.015mm

239 inches

It is: 0.080 = 2/25 of an inch in its simplest form

.1406 inches or 3.57 mm thick. (USG)

It is the same as 5.5cm which is about 2 inches thick

Not thick enough.

0.5 inches thick