That’s lovely…and so delicate. I’ve never measured any of the very thin stuff, but I’ve sure had a few. Mostly, that happens to me by accident, like last night I neglected to change a cut to a score and ended up with several of the most delicate rings of wood I could imagine. At least when it’s intended, its a stunning achievement.
That is 1/200th of an inch !?
Never tried anything super thin with plastic because I figured it would just slag//melt.
Plastic apparently is a forgiving medium.
Picture below was a tower I made using wood. Anything lower than 0.015 (1/64th or 3/200th) just wanted to turn to ash when touched. Thought about doing the cuts alternately to avoid the char heat, then cut to the chase and said Thin Enough.