Abrasion Resistant Acrylic

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Minimum length 6" Minimum length 155 mm
$1.25 per lineal
$4.10 per lineal
$6.50 / pc | 4 corners
$2.50 per hole
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.

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.

Sheet sizes, colors, thicknesses and products available on our website are just a fraction of what's available at TAP Plastics stores.

Cut to size orders are currently taking 1 to 2 days (M-F) to process.

Visit your local TAP Plastics store where cut-to-size orders often take less than five minutes, start to finish.

Acrylic Sheet AR is a continuously manufactured acrylic sheet with an abrasion resistant coating on one (AR1) or both (AR2) sides, offering 40 times greater resistance to marring and chemical attack than uncoated acrylic. It also provides outstanding optics. It is useful in applications such as Point of Purchase displays, menu boards, flat panel monitors, signs and directories, LCD screens, and framing. 

Acrylic AR is not recommended for heat bending. Since the AR coating is chemically resistant, it cannot be glued with acrylic cement. Glue only uncoated sides and edges.

AR1 is a great glass replacement for table and countertops. AR2 is suitable for interior and exterior break resistant windows.

• excellent optical quality
• abrasion and chemical resistant
• can be cut, drilled and polished
• half the weight of glass
• many times the impact strength of glass.

TAP Video: What is acrylic AR?

For Acrylic Sheets AR datasheets, click here.
For fractions, decimals and millimeters conversion chart click here.

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Did you know that acrylic plastic is often called plexiglass?