Learn about the roll forming process or use a variety of easy to use charts to convert uncoated steel gauge to thickness and pounds per square inch; convert gauge to decimals of an inch for sheet steel, strip and tubing, aluminum and stainless steel;
Convert fractions of an inch into decimals and millimeters; and convert U.S. lengths, area, volume, and weight into their metric equivalents plus the actual tolerance thickness acceptable for galvanized steel, hot-rolled steel, and cold-rolled steel.
- Roll-forming tutorial
- Gauge reference chart for uncoated steel
Determine the thickness in inches and the weight for various gauges of uncoated steel.
- Gauge in decimals of an inch
Convert standard gauge numbers in decimals of an inch for sheet steel, strip and tubing, aluminum and stainless steel.
- Fraction/decimal/millimeter chart
Convert fractions of an inch, by 1/64s, to decimals and millimeters.
- Metric conversion charts
Convert standard US
length, area, volume, and weight measurements to their metric equivalents,
using the formulas provided.
- Steel thickness charts
The +/- tolerance variation for galvanized, hot-rolled, and cold-rolled steel.