Chemcast Edgelit Acrylic

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Minimum length 6" Minimum length 155 mm
$1.25 per lineal
$4.10 per lineal
NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS ITEM
$6.50 / pc | 4 corners
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$2.50 per hole
holes
per sheet
Available hole sizes:
1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", 9/16, 5/8”, 11/16”, 3/4", 13/16”, 7/8”, 15/16”, and 1”.
After placing your order you will receive an email with instructions for sending us hole sizes and their locations.

 

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Edgelit is a clear cast acrylic with nano-particles that allow a uniform light transfer to its edges and or engraved surface
when illuminated. Edgelit is an excellent choice to use with versatile led light technology supporting the modern market in
lighting advertising, architecture, design and art industries.

Applications Include:

  • Signs
  • Illuminated point of purchase displays
  • Art, design, and architecture
  • Outdoor and indoor use

Edgelit offers all the impact strength and weather resistance of cast acrylic.
Consider Edgelit for signs, menus, partitions, shelving, dramatic lighting designs and point of purchase displays.

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Cut to size orders are cut with table and CNC panel saws and have a cut tolerance of +/- .060”. Plastic sheets have a thickness tolerance of +/- 10% and can have thickness variations throughout the sheet. Cut to size items cannot be returned for a refund or exchange.

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