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3/16" or 0.1875"

*** 7 gauge steel sheet is .1793", not .1875" ***

Different metals have different thickness for their gauge...mild steel is .1793, aluminum is .1443, stainless steel is .1875

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.25 inch

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6 gauge steel is 0.2031 inches thick (USG).

19 gauge steel is 1.11 mm thick and 20 gauge is .953 mm thick.

That would be 16 gauge, which is .0625 inches thick.

18 gauge is thicker than 20 gauge. 18 gauge is 1.27 mm thick while 20 gauge is .953 mm thick.

In Imperial standard (swg), 16 g is 0.064" (1.63mm) thick.

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6 gauge steel is 0.2031 inches thick (USG).

11 gauge steel is 0.125 inches thick.

Sheet metal @ 8 gauge is 0.1644 inches for standard steel and 0.1285 for aluminum.

19 gauge steel is 1.11 mm thick and 20 gauge is .953 mm thick.

Depends on what kind of steel: 18 Gauge Standard Steel is .0478 Inches. 18 Gauge Galvanized Steel is: 0.0516 inches thick. FYI 18 Gauge Aluminum is 0.0403 18 gage steel is 0.0478 inches thick 18 gage steel is 0.0478 inches thick

Between 6 and 7 gauge. 6 is thicker at .194 inch. 7 is thinner at .179 inch.

18 gauge steel is typically 0.0478 inches thick.

They are close but not the same. For example, 14 gauge steel is .0781 inches thick while 14 gauge steel wire is .083 inches thick.

26-gauge steel is 0.0179" thick.

It is .478 mm thick.

18 gauge stainless steel is 0.0500 inches thick.

That would be 16 gauge, which is .0625 inches thick.