Clear Acrylic Sheet

Clear Acrylic Sheet


A colored acrylic sheet is a type of plastic sheet that has been tinted with a particular color or pigment. Acrylic sheets are made from a thermoplastic material called polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), which is known for its clarity, strength, and durability. The color is typically added to the raw material before it is extruded into sheet form. This creates a uniform color throughout the entire sheet, rather than just on the surface.

We are a wholesale acrylic sheet supplier, our colored acrylic sheets come in a variety of colors and shades, including transparent, translucent, and opaque options. They are often used in applications where a particular color is desired for aesthetic or functional purposes. For example, they can be used for signage, displays, lighting fixtures, decorative accents, and more. They are also commonly used in the construction industry for applications such as windows, skylights, and partitions.

In addition to their color options, colored acrylic sheets offer many of the same benefits as clear acrylic sheets, such as high impact resistance, weather resistance, and UV stability. They are also easy to work with, as they can be cut, drilled, and shaped using standard tools. 

The weight of china 2mm to 3mm acrylic sheet

The weight of a China-made 2mm to 3mm thick acrylic sheet can vary depending on the dimensions and density of the specific sheet. The density of acrylic sheets can vary between manufacturers and grades, but it is typically around 1.18 to 1.20 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³).

To calculate the weight of a China-made 2mm to 3mm thick acrylic sheet, you can use the following formula:

Weight (in kilograms) = Length (in meters) x Width (in meters) x Thickness (in meters) x Density (in kg/m³)

Let's assume that you have a 1 meter x 1 meter sheet of China-made acrylic that is 2mm thick with a density of 1.19 g/cm³. Here's how you can calculate the weight:

Convert the thickness to meters: 2mm = 0.002 meters

Calculate the area of the sheet: 1 meter x 1 meter = 1 square meter

Calculate the weight using the formula:

Weight = 1 meter x 1 meter x 0.002 meters x 1.19 kg/m³

Weight = 0.00238 kilograms

Therefore, a 1 meter x 1 meter China-made acrylic sheet that is 2mm thick with a density of 1.19 g/cm³ would weigh approximately 0.00238 kilograms.

Formula of caculating colored acrylic sheets

Weight = Area x Density x Thickness

However, the density of colored acrylic sheets may vary depending on the color additives and the manufacturer. Therefore, you will need to know the specific density of the colored acrylic sheet you are using. You can usually find this information on the manufacturer's website or by contacting them directly.

Here's an example calculation for a 4ft x 8ft sheet of 1/4 inch thick blue acrylic:

Convert the dimensions to meters:

4ft x 0.3048 m/ft = 1.2192 m

8ft x 0.3048 m/ft = 2.4384 m

Area = 1.2192 m x 2.4384 m = 2.9674 m²

Convert the thickness to meters:

1/4 inch = 0.00635 m

Look up the density of the blue acrylic material (let's assume it's 1.19 g/cm³)

Convert to kg/m³: 1.19 g/cm³ x 1000 kg/g = 1190 kg/m³

Plug in the values to the formula:

Weight = 2.9674 m² x 1190 kg/m³ x 0.00635 m = 22.53 kg

Therefore, the weight of a 4ft x 8ft sheet of 1/4 inch thick blue acrylic with a density of 1.19 g/cm³ would be approximately 22.53 kg.

Thin Clear Acrylic Sheet

Acrylic sheets are a popular and versatile plastic. Acrylic can be used in a variety of applications due to its excellent weatherability, long lifespan, excellent clarity and ease of recycling. Acrylic sheets are available in a variety of colors, tints and surface textures, including frost and non-reflective.

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Thick Clear Acrylic Sheet

These acrylic sheets are simple to drill, cut and polish. During laser engraving, these sheets won't melt or leave scorch traces. The sheets can be cut to the required size and shape using a router, table saw, mitre saw or jigsaw. With hand tools like a box cutter, it works well for scoring. And don't be concerned about sharp edges. With conventional sanders, you may easily polish the edges of acrylic sheets.

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