Lgp Acrylic Sheet

Lgp Acrylic Sheet

A transparent acrylic panel manufactured from virgin sheets of pure PMMA is called a Light Guide Plate (LGP) acrylic sheet. It uniformly disperses the light from the light source across the acrylic panel's entire top face. It is essential for maximizing light uniformity, creating a compact backlight, and reorienting lines or dot light sources, like LEDs or accent lamps, to the plate light source.

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Light Guide Plate (LGP) Acrylic Sheet

It is a transparent acrylic panel made from pure PMMA virgin sheets. It distributes the light coming from the light source evenly over the whole upper face to the acrylic panel. It is a key component to maximize the uniformity of light, to make the backlight slim, and to reorient the lines or dot light sources such as decoration lamps or LED to the plate light source.

These sheets are most suitable because of the flat surface with zero thickness variation. This helps in achieving the best results possible.

Product Features 

Excellent transparency, transmittance 92%.
Real images and modern designs with elegant interior looks can be displayed and seen through computer graphics.
Offers LED products with a slim frame.
The best advertisement method.
LED can help to reduce 70% on electricity consumption and offers a 10X longer lifespan than traditional LED, Neon, and Halogen products.

Product Application

Lighting box
Advertising sign
LED cover
Lighting cover

How to join acrylic sheets?

Acrylic sheets can be joined together at home in two ways. Before you begin make sure your acrylic sheets have clean, smooth, flat surfaces where they are to join.

Capillary Cementing: This method bonds two pieces of acrylic that fit perfectly together in 48 hours. If your acrylic pieces do not fit perfectly together, use the Viscous Cementing method below. Clamp your pieces of acrylic in place so their joint is horizontal and apply cement along it with a needle nozzle applicator. The horizontal position is important to stop the adhesive from running out. For L shapes, apply the cement along the length of the joint from the inside. Allow 24 hours for bond strength to develop.

Viscous Cementing: This method bonds parts that don't fit properly together as well as joints that are hard to reach. Apply the cement-like glue to one edge of the acrylic then gently press this to the other piece of acrylic, holding the pieces together for about a minute. To allow the bond to develop leave it for 24 hours in a clamp.

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