I just got all my stuff together to do some vacuforming (table, vac, frame, molds), but I'm a little in the dark as to the thickness of the styrene. The website studiocreations.com says to use .080", but that's not exactly a common thickness here in Denver. And .093 is too thick to get decent definition (i.e., the 'bumps' on the codpiece).
Those of you that are vac-forming out there, what thickness is decent enough for this? Several local places sell .060". Is that thick enough?
Bradley? Anyone? Bueller?