What Is Thousandth of an Inch?

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Thousandth of an inch is a unit of length equivalent to 0.001 inch. The thickness of items such as paper, foil, wires, paint coatings, film, and latex gloves, are measured using an thousandth of an inch.
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1. Convert the 1/1000 inch to .001 inch. One inch is equal to 25.4 millimeters, or mm. Multiply .001 by 25.4 mm. So for every .001 inch, there is .0254 mm. 2. Input your own numbers
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It is a length of 0.001 inches.
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That would take me to long to find out. Unfortunately ChaCha only gives me 10
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1,000 silly.
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