How Thick is a Mill?

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The thickness of a mill will consist of the angular measurement along with the circumference of a circle. The thick of a mill can also be converted into inches.
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When something is listed as a mill thick, that refers to a millimeter. It is a very, very thin measurement, about the thickness of a lightweight piece of fabric. It is generally used in the measurement of the thickness of tape, plastic sheeting, and garbage bags.
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