Q: Which is thicker -16 gauge or 18 gauge vinyl?

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16 gauge is thicker. The lower the number the thicker the materiel.

16 gauge is thicker than 18 gauge.

16 Gauge is thicker than 18....in England..the width of the jewelery is: 18 GA = 1.0mm 16 GA = 1.2mm :D

16 ga is thicker than 18 ga.... the lower the number the thicker the wire size

No. The larger the number, the thinner the steel. 16 gauge is the thicker of the two.

The 12-gauge is thicker.

Smaller number is thicker metal.

When it comes to the measurement gauge, the smaller the number the thicker or heavier the material.For instance:10 gauge steel is thicker than 18 gauge steel.A 5 gauge needle is much larger than a 10 gauge needle.A 12 gauge shotgun is larger than a 20 gauge.

It really depends on what you're going to do with it. If you're making a sink you want 16 gauge because it's thicker and harder to punch holes in. If you're making a car hood, you want 18 gauge because it weighs less.

GAUGE , is one inch thick of steel or metal. So, take this one inch thick of steel sheet and cut it into 12 equal thickness sheets , you get a 12 gauge steel sheet. Similarly, take this one inch thick of steel sheet and cut it into 14 equal thickness sheets , you get a 14 gauge steel sheet. and so on . So, a 12 gauge steel sheet is thicker than 14 gauge , 14 is thicker than 16 , 16 is thicker than 18 and so on. Wrong!!! See my discussion on this...

The next size smaller after 16 gauge is 18 gauge. Smaller gauge numbers indicate thicker wire diameters, so as the gauge number decreases, the wire thickness increases.

The lower the gauge the heavier, sheet metal, wire & shotguns...