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Saw Cut Edge

saw cut edge finishing

Saw Cut edge is the standard edge finish for all cut acrylic. It is chip free and does not need polishing if you’re engaging the edge.

Milled Edge

milled edge finishing

The acrylic is run through a high speed joiner for a frosted edge which produces a “modern look” – and a low cost finish with no saw cuts.

Flame Polishing

flame polishing edge finishing

The edges are milled and then pass an 800° F flame over the edge to a high luster – great for the typical acrylic application such as a tabletop. Do not clean flame polished acrylic with Windex, alcohol, or any ammoniated cleaners.

Machine Polishing

machine polishing edge finishing

Machine polishing is a low cost and low stress polishing for thicker acrylic. It is ok to silk screen the material during the process.

Hand Polishing

hand polishing edge finishing

Hand polishing is done by milling the edges to remove saw cuts, then sanding through four different grits of wet-dry sandpaper, then buffing with a cutting polish, then buffing with a fine polish. The result is a stunning Museum quality edge finish.

Full Beveled Edge

full beveled edge finishing

A bevel is typically used to soften the edge of a piece for the sake of safety, wear resistance, or aesthetics; or to facilitate mating with another piece.

Half Beveled Edge

half beveled edge finishing

A bevel is typically used to soften the edge of a piece for the sake of safety, wear resistance, or aesthetics; or to facilitate mating with another piece.

Roundover Edge

roundover edge finishing

A smooth curved edge stopping halfway down the edge.

 

 

Bullnose Edge

bullnose edge finishing

A roundover of the top and bottom edges.

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