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Lexan Sheet - Polycarbonate - .030" - 1/32" Thick, Clear, 12" x 12" Nominal
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- Clear protetive film on **BOTH** sides of sheet. One side has printing. The other side is clear / frosted and hard to see.
- Lexan is one of the manufactures of the material type Ploycarbonate
- High/Low Temperature Resistance
- Brand Names For Polycabonate: Lexan, Perspex, Makrolon, Tuffak, Spartech
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Polycarbonate sheet combines high impact and temperature resistance with optical clarity and can be utilized for secondary glazing behind existing glazing for economical protection against breakage or intrusion. Polycarbonate sheet can be cut, sawn, drilled and milled by using standard workshop equipment without the risk of cracking and breakage and is therefore an excellent candidate for fabricating a wide range of indoor applications such as machine guards etc. Polycarbonate sheet can be easily thermoformed into complex parts while retaining its excellent properties necessary for demanding applications such as vandal proof street furniture. Polycarbonate sheet may be decorated using a wide variety of modern techniques such as painting and screen printing.
Unlike most thermoplastics, polycarbonate can undergo large plastic deformations without cracking or breaking. As a result, it can be processed and formed at room temperature using sheet metal techniques, such as forming bends on a brake. Even for sharp angle bends with a tight radius, no heating is generally necessary. This makes it valuable in prototyping applications where transparent or electrically non-conductive parts are needed, which cannot be made from sheet metal
Transparent Polycarbonate sheet have excellent light transmission, dependent of thickness between 84 - 87%.
Polycarbonate sheet has good fire behavior characteristics. Lexan sheet does not contribute significantly to the spread of fire or to the generation of toxic gases. For details please contact your local sales office.
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*I want to also suggest that the manufacturer / seller - whomever cuts the sheets- use the "standard industry tolerance" term in the way it's meant to be used. This means your NOMINAL (target) dimensions SHOULD be right at specification (dimensions advertised). There is an ALLOWANCE for the fabricator doing the cutting which acts as a buffer range so as to prevent waste. In theory, this works because you are allowing equal chance for the buyer to receive product that may be off by X amount: either less than nominal OR more. It is clear that the fabricators method of cutting is exact, producing consistent cuts but outside of the nominal range with benefit to the seller and never the buyer.
Example: dimensions are stated as 12"x12"x.030" with a tolerance of .025" on length and width.
Target should be nominal of 12" where variance in final dimensions after fabricating technique causes occasional deviation from nominal, you dont need to waste those fluctuations that fall within the tolerance.
Instead you're using a nominal of your specified minimum allowed dimension, it seems, because your buyers raise the issue often in reviews 11.75" instead of 12"... Unhappy buyer. I have to assume that nobody ever gets the extra quarter inch ABOVE nominal, and I'd guess its just as rare someone gets 12" as it is that you need to put product on hold for failed dimensions.
My point is, either describe product with the nominal dimension YOU are targetting (11.75"), or change your fabricating procedure to a more honest approach.
Ships from and sold by SIBE AUTOMATION.
I have purchased this item twice now from SIBE AUTOMATION. Both shipments were Bayer Makrolon (Lexan is just another brand name for the polycarbonate material).
Both shipments came well packaged and the sheets were not damaged in any way. Clear, smooth and flat surfaces protected by the film. Saw marks are visible from the cuts, but that is normal. The cuts were straight and square.
I cut them down to sizes I needed and sanded them to get a frosted look. They look great in the landscape lights I made. Now I'm just curious how they'll last in the sun and weather.
Bottom Line: Nice piece of polycarb sheet that arrived quickly. Pretty clear, although I have noticed this is not as optically clear as the PlexiGlass brand I've purchased in the past. This size is on the thin side, still strong - awesome for a myriad of uses. Cuts very easily with a saw, but is also easy to cut by scoring with a blade. Once I recover from removing the plastic from way too many tiny shapes I will buy this again - and would definitely recommend to friends and other artists. The cost is a little high, but the free shipping and decent quality makes it worth the higher price. I look forward to working with this thin sheet again!
After the first take, the plexiglass actually came off the camera (because of our PA's bad tape job on the matte box) and the actress hitting it way too hard, but surprisingly the plexiglass hadn't shattered.
There were a few mars (plastic scratches) which were incredibly obvious on the plexiglass, however to my delight, they wiped right off with a lens wipe. There were a lot of smaller scratches, but they weren't visible to the naked eye, and were invisible through the lens.
This plexiglass withheld seven more takes of abuse and still lived to tell the tale. Definitely will be buying more of these for future shoots.