Acrylic Sheets P95 Matte Finish

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$1 per lineal foot
For gluing
$1 per lineal foot
Minimum length 6" Minimum length 155 mm
$1.25 per lineal
$4.10 per lineal
NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS ITEM
$5 / pc | 4 corners
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$2 per hole
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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 P95 has a matte finish that reduces reflected light. It has excellent ink and paint retention. The perfect choice for hot-stamping, silk-screening, and vinyl sign-making. Use translucent sheets for privacy windows, pantry and cupboard doors. Obscures objects behind it, yet lets light through. Very decorative with backlighting. Makes attractive signage. 


TAP Video: Acrylic sheets P95


For Working with Acrylite Acrylic Sheet data sheet, click here. 
For Acrylite Acrylic Sheet chemical resistance, click here. 
For Acrylite Acrylic Sheet physical properties, click here. 

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Did you know that acrylic plastic is often called plexiglass?