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Made with shatterproof acrylic and designed to be stood on surfaces or wall-mounted, acrylic display cases are ideal for displaying different products such as collectibles, retail merchandise, artwork, and more!

Plexiglass display cases are made with acrylic material, which is a transparent thermoplastic. It has high impact strength and excellent light transmission. This makes it the perfect material for use in showcases and clear display boxes.

Do acrylic cases break easily?

Acrylic is 17 times stronger than glass, so it can take a lot of abuse without breaking. It's also impact-resistant and scratch-resistant, which makes it an ideal material for displaying products in retail environments.

What are acrylic display boxes used for?

Acrylic display cabinets are great for displaying everything from jewelry to beauty products, and they're a great way to attract attention at trade shows or in-store displays.

What is the difference between acrylic and plexiglass?

Acrylic and Plexiglass are both plastic materials made from a polymer derived from esters of methacrylic acid. The term Plexiglass is simply a brand name for acrylic showcases.

Is acrylic more expensive than glass?

Acrylic is a great alternative to glass, as it is cheaper and lighter. In general, the cost of acrylic displays depends on their thickness. For example, a 13X13X19 cm custom acrylic display case can cost as little as $4.00 per piece.

How long does acrylic glass last?

Acrylic cases can last for more than 10 years with proper maintenance. It's best to wipe acrylic cases with a damp cloth, using water that is free of detergents and other harsh chemicals.

Does the sun damage acrylic cases?

Sunlight does not affect the lucidity of clear acrlyic display cases and does not cause them to become yellow or brittle with age. Acrylic cases are made up of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), which is resistant to UV light.

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