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Shop for Acrylic sheets, rods, and tubes. Best known as "plexiglass", acrylic comes in extruded or cast, film or paper masked, clear, and colors. Grades include general purpose clear acrylicabrasion resistant, impact modified, light diffusing, bullet resistant, sign-grade, non-glare, antimicrobial, and digital. Want cut acrylic? We can cut-to-size and fabricate acrylic for your application.

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Buy Acrylic – Stocked, Cut, Shipped, and Fabricated from Curbell Plastics

Buy acrylic now with our easy, secure checkout. Enter custom cuts or cut-to-size when ordering. No minimums required. Volume discounts available for large commercial orders. Stocked acrylic materials typically ship in 2-5 business days. Can’t find what you need? Get a quote.

What is Acrylic?

Acrylic (also known as Plexiglas®) is a clear, strong, stiff plastic also available in brilliant colors. It exhibits glass like qualities—clarity, brilliance, and transparency—but at half the weight and many times the impact resistance of glass.

What is the difference between cast and extruded acrylic sheet?

Extruded Acrylic Sheet– Extruded acrylic sheet can be manufactured to any length, which often results in cost savings since yield loss can be minimized when parts are cut from custom sheet sizes. Extruded acrylic is also the easiest grade to thermoform and the easiest to bond using solvent cements.

Cast Acrylic Sheet– Cast acrylic sheet has better chemical resistance and superior machining characteristics compared with extruded acrylic. Continuous cast acrylic also offers these features and generally has a more uniform thickness and offers larger sheet sizes because of the nature of the continuous cast manufacturing process. 

What are common brands of acrylic?
Acrylic is also known as plexiglass. Brands include Plexiglas®, OPTIX®, ACRYLITE®, Lucite®, and KSH®. 

What are common acrylic sheet applications?
Acrylic is widely used for indoor and outdoor signs, POP displays, architectural glazing, LED diffusing lighting panels, safety shields, sneeze guards, and many more applications.

Acrylic Standard Sizes, Cut-to-Size, and Fabrication

  • Acrylic sheet thicknesses– 0.010 in, 0.020 in, 0.040 in, 0.060 in, 0.080 in, 0.090 in, 0.093 in, 0.098 in, 0.100 in, 0.118 in, 0.125 in, 0.177 in, 0.187 in, 0.200 in, 0.220 in, 0.236 in, 0.250 in, 0.354 in, 0.375 in, 0.472 in, 0.492 in, 0.500 in, 0.708 in, 0.750 in, 0.944 in, 1 in, 1.250 in, 1.375 in, 1.500 in, 1.750 in, 2 in

  • Acrylic sheet sizes– 22.5 in x 46.5 in, 23.75 in x 47.75 in, 24 in x 36 in, 24 in x 48 in, 48 in x 96 in, 48 in x 120 in, 50 in x 50 in, 50 in x 100 in, 51 in x 100 in, 54 in x 100 in, 60 in x 96 in, 72 in x 96 in, 76 in x 100 in, 80 in x 120 in, 88 in x 108.25 in, 100 in x 108.25 in, 100 in x 126 in, 108 in x 108.25 in

  • Acrylic rod sizes– diameter 0.062 in - 6 in, length 6 ft and 8 ft

  • Acrylic tube sizes– outside diameter 0.250 in - 14 in, inside diameter 0.125 in – 13.750 in, length 6 ft

Acrylic colors– Acrylic is available in clear, white, ivory, red, ruby jewel, magenta, pink red, pink jewel, purple, red orange, orange, light orange, medium orange, dark orange, yellow, green, light green, pearl green, blue, blue jewel, aqua jewel, amber, bronze, indian bronze, copper metal, gold, gray, gray smoke, silver gray, black. Light diffusing acrylic is available in clear, translucent, colorless, white, red, yellow, and blue. View our acrylic color chart for your color match.

Cut-to-Size and Fabrication– Looking for acrylic sheets cut-to-size for easy shipping or to meet your specific application requirements? Buy it online and specify your cut dimensions or ask about our acrylic fabrication services.

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