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  1. #26
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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    Thanks printed out 2 copies and laminated them to put in my tool box

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    Re: Printable table in Word

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcatter View Post
    Great information, thanks. I formatted it into Word so I could print and post it. Sheez, allergies, keep me up all night....

    Okay, I made the file smaller, so I could upload it. You can put your own title on it.
    Thanks for the work. I made a few copies for the study, shop, etc...
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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    Here is the table from the original post with improved formatting:

    Code:
    Thickness Weight
    Gauge   Frac.   Inch       mm         oz/ft^2 lb/ft^2 kg/ft^2 kg/m^2 lb/m^2
    0000000 1/2     .5         12.7       320     20.00   9.072   97.65  215.28
    000000  15/32   .46875     11.90625   300     18.75   8.505   91.55  201.82
    00000   7/16    .4375      11.1125    280     17.50   7.983   85.44  188.37
    0000    13/32   .40625     10.31875   260     16.25   7.371   79.33  174.91
    000     3/8     .375       9.525      240     15      6.804   73.24  161.46
    00      11/32   .34375     8.73125    220     13.75   6.237   67.13  148.00
    0       5/16    .3125      7.9375     200     12.50   5.67    61.03  134.55
    1       9/32    .28125     7.14375    180     11.25   5.103   54.93  121.09
    2       17/64   .265625    6.746875   170     10.625  4.819   51.88  114.37
    3       1/4     .25        6.35       160     10      4.536   48.82  107.64
    4       15/64   .234375    5.953125   150     9.375   4.252   45.77  100.91
    5       7/32    .21875     5.55625    140     8.75    3.969   42.72  94.18
    6       13/64   .203125    5.159375   130     8.125   3.685   39.67  87.45
    7       3/16    .1875      4.7625     120     7.5     3.402   36.62  80.72
    8       11/64   .171875    4.365625   110     6.875   3.118   33.57  74.00
    9       5/32    .15625     3.96875    100     6.25    2.835   30.52  67.27
    10      9/64    .140625    3.571875   90      5.625   2.552   27.46  60.55
    11      1/8     .125       3.175      80      5       2.268   24.41  53.82
    12      7/64    .109375    2.778125   70      4.375   1.984   21.36  47.09
    13      3/32    .09375     2.38125    60      3.75    1.701   18.31  40.36
    14      5/64    .078125    1.984375   50      3.125   1.417   15.26  33.64
    15      9/128   .0703125   1.7859375  45      2.8125  1.276   13.73  30.27
    16      1/16    .0625      1.5875     40      2.5     1.134   12.21  26.91
    17      9/160   .05625     1.42875    36      2.25    1.021   10.99  24.22
    18      1/20    .05        1.27       32      2       .9072   9.765  21.53
    19      7/160   .04375     1.11125    28      1.75    .7938   8.544  18.84
    20      3/80    .0375      .9525      24      1.50    .6804   7.324  16.15
    21      11/320  .034375    .873125    22      1.375   .6237   6.713  14.80
    22      1/32    .03125     .793750    20      1.25    .567    6.103  13.46
    23      9/320   .028125    .714375    18      1.125   .5103   5.493  12.11
    24      1/40    .025       .635       16      1       .4536   4.882  10.76
    25      7/320   .021875    .555625    14      .875    .3969   4.272  9.42
    26      3/160   .01875     .47625     12      .75     .3402   3.662  8.07
    27      11/640  .0171875   .4365625   11      .6875   .3119   3.357  7.40
    28      1/64    .015625    .396875    10      .625    .2835   3.052  6.73
    29      9/640   .0140625   .3571875   9       .5625   .2551   2.746  6.05
    30      1/80    .0125      .3175      8       .5      .2268   2.441  5.38
    31      7/640   .0109375   .2778125   7       .4375   .1984   2.136  4.71
    32      13/1280 .01015625  .25796875  6 1/2   .40625  .1843   1.983  4.37
    33      3/320   .009375    .238125    6       .375    .1701   1.831  4.04
    34      11/1280 .00859375  .21828125  5 1/2   .34375  .1559   1.678  3.70
    35      5/640   .0078125   .1984375   5       .3125   .1417   1.526  3.36
    36      9/1280  .00703125  .17859375  4 1/2   .28125  .1276   1.373  3.03
    37      17/2560 .006640625 .168671875 4 1/4   .265625 .1205   1.297  2.87
    38      1/160   .00625     .15875     4       .25     .1134   1.221  2.69

  5. #30
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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    according to the charts, our modern cars are 1/32" thick skin...(.22ga.) I don't think the older cars were 18 ga. as stated , I was told the 50 ish cars were 20ga... anyway 1/32" sounds scary.....

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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    I was needing this info about 2 weeks ago,I printed 1 out and saved it on my computer for future copies
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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    anyone else find it interesting that a square foot of 1/2" thick steel is EXACTLY 20.00 lbs?

    Pretty cool!

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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    http://www.google.com/products/catal...&ved=0CBIQrRI#

    i've been using one of these for a long, long time.

    if you can work with fractions and you know that steel is app 40 lbs per ft sq, then it is pretty easy to convert to whatever you are dealing with.

    ie .125/1/8th is equal to 5lbs per ft sq

    .062/1/16th us equal to half of that.

    after a while you can do them in your head. at least you can ball park a weight this way.

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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by fdcmiami View Post
    http://www.google.com/products/catal...&ved=0CBIQrRI#

    i've been using one of these for a long, long time.

    if you can work with fractions and you know that steel is app 40 lbs per ft sq, then it is pretty easy to convert to whatever you are dealing with.

    ie .125/1/8th is equal to 5lbs per ft sq

    .062/1/16th us equal to half of that.

    after a while you can do them in your head. at least you can ball park a weight this way.
    Thanks FDC. That got me to thinking since I'm making a table base out of 1" square tube.

    A 3 foot length of 11 gauge (1/8") mild steel would also be 5 pounds, because it's 144 in2 (one square foot).

    And since 16 gauge is half as thick, a 3 foot length would be 2.5 pounds.

    And a 22 guage would weight half as much again - 1.25 pounds.

    Very helpful now that I've got it in my head.

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    Re: Sheet-Gauge Thickness Chart

    Thanks. This is really good to know, especially the weight per square foot.
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