A gauge of three, the lowest for most standard sheet metals, represents one-quarter-inch thick (6.35 millimeters) stainless steel, or 0.23 inch (5.82 millimeters) thick aluminum, while a gauge of 36 equals 0.007 inch (0.... More »

The most common architectural sheet metal gauge sizes are 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26, according to NorthClad.com in 2012. Vista-Industrial.com lists some gauges for common sheet metal types for steel and aluminum ranging from... More »

Sixteen-gauge aluminum is 0.0508 inches thick. It is slightly thinner than standard steel and galvanized steel in terms of gauge. More »

A millimeter is equivalent to about 0.04 inch, or one twenty-fifth of an inch. A credit card is about 1 millimeter thick, as are an ordinary paper clip and a regular guitar string. More »

A millimeter is equal to 0.001 meter, 0.0393700787402 inch and 0.1 centimeter. Finding these different measurements requires using certain conversion factors. In the SI system, millimeters is a measurement unit of length... More »

One foot equals 12 inches, meaning that 1 inch equals 0.083 feet. One yard equals 3 feet or 36 inches, and one mile equals 5,280 feet. More »

According to the CSG Network, 1 centimeter equals 0.39 inches, meaning that there are exactly 2.56 centimeters in an inch. An easy method of conversion is simply using multiplication. More »