Styrene Plastic

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Flat edge 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
inches
$2 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.

Styrene is a special type of thermoplastic that is commonly used to build displays, signage, and other fixtures we see on a day-to-day basis. With such exceptional dimensional stability and strength, styrene plastic is the obvious choice for machining a wide variety of prototypes and models. This versatile plastic is also used to manufacture many of the products we use every day, such as bicycle helmets, auto body panels, small appliances, and so much more. Styrene sheets are non-toxic and odorless, making them perfectly safe and suitable for an array of applications. Best of all, styrene is easy to fabricate and assemble with adhesives or solvents. Discover all the advantages by stocking up today.

Whether bent, bonded, cut, drilled, fabricated, molded, painted, or recycled to make something utterly unique, you won’t be disappointed by choosing styrene plastic for your next project. This sturdy thermoplastic offers tremendous cost savings compared to other materials when it comes to building boats and other kinds of recreational watercraft. Plus, you can reduce your dependence on costly natural resources by making a change and switching to styrene sheets. Any sheet can be customized by length, thickness, and width to suit your particular set of needs. If you have any questions about our additional options, such as edges, corners, or holes, please feel free to contact us for more information or further assistance on the matter today. One of our friendly experts is here to help.

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