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I use an old brass disc on a handle, that is also used for doing screws ( has holes in it ).
I doubt it’s much thicker than .100 inch….maybe .125.
Your just putting a “heat-sink” between the flame and the hands,.it allows the heat to soak slow so that you can control the color.
I’ve seen thicker ones in videos….any plate that you can affix to a rod and handle would suffice.
I’ve also read where some folks use a brass tray that is machined out in the center and they fill it w/brass shavings and then lay the hands on top of that…..
Different methods…but they all seem to work