What is the price of acrylic glass?

Questions & Answers on Acrylic Transparent Sheet

Color Min Price Max Price
Transparent Rs 30/Square Feet Rs 150/Square Feet

What is acrylic sheet?

Acrylic is a transparent plastic material with outstanding strength, stiffness, and optical clarity. Acrylic sheet exhibits glass-like qualities—clarity, brilliance, and transparency—but at half the weight and many times the impact resistance of glass.

How strong is 3mm acrylic?

Suppose a pane of glass 1 metre wide and 3 millimetres thick breaks at a weight of 1 kilo, then a three-millimetre thick acrylic sheet will break at a weight of 30 kilos.

Can acrylic mirror be cut?

Laser cutting machines can cut acrylic mirror by melting, burning or vaporizing the material. Laser cutting is exceptionably accurate and capable of cutting incredibly intricate designs from a CAD file. The laser cutting process leaves a nice smooth edge so further edge finishing is not necessary.

Can you drill acrylic mirrors?

Mirrors may be drilled with a commercial power drill without hammer action. We recommend using a drill bit designed for acrylic or steel. When drilling holes it is always advisable to have a piece of scrap wood underneath the acrylic so you have something to drill through into.

What sizes do coloured acrylic mirrored sheets come in?

Coloured Acrylic Mirror is available for all types of applications. From Architectural Projects, Decorative panels or signage call us for free quote today. Standard sheet sizes are 2440mm x 1220mm. Also available upon request are over-sized Acrylic Mirrored sheets at 3050mm x 2030mm.

How much does acrylic sheet 3mm red cost?

Acrylic Sheet 3mm Red. $ 3.50 – $ 13.50 Select options.

Can you cut acrylic mirror panels?

In most cases we can cut the Acrylic Mirror panels you require while you wait. A great characteristic of Acrylic Mirror sheet is that it is lightweight and is 10-15 times stronger than glass of equal thickness. Our mirror is high quality as well as being easy to machine and fabricate.

What is the best backing for a mirrored acrylic mirror?

A non-smooth, non-planar surface will cause localised bending of the mirrored sheet and distortion in the reflected image. For best results, mirrored acrylic should be mounted to a smooth rigid, sturdy, flat backing such as 5 to 7 ply, 16 mm or 19 mm plywood.