For each unique project, a variety of polishing methods become essential, offering options like Flame Polishing, Buff Polishing, and Diamond Polishing.
Flame polishing, involving a gas nozzle and flame, fuses acrylic edges to create a polished finish.
Buffing polishing is suitable for many plastic materials and employs a cloth wheel, but it’s limited to specific surfaces, avoiding intricate, sharp, fragile, or recessed areas. While it produces a smooth finish, it can also round edges.
Diamond polishing is primarily used on acrylics up to 25mm thick, refining sawn edges to an almost flawless clear gloss finish. The process employs a machine that feeds acrylic along a track, passing it over a rotating, diamond-tipped cutter, which carefully removes material to achieve a polished appearance.
Polishing adds the finishing touch to Clear Perspex Cut to Size, enhancing your panel’s overall appearance and quality.