Acrylic hot bends are divided into local hot bends and overall hot bends. Acrylic sheets generally reach a temperature of about 80 degrees and can be softened by heat.
The overall hot bending process is to heat all the acrylic sheets, this step is required to enter the oven. In this process, the acrylic product needs to be put into the oven. When the temperature in the oven rises to the melting point of the acrylic, the acrylic sheet will slowly soften, then take out the acrylic sheet and place it on the mold, and then slowly cool it and apply it to the mold. . It should be noted at that time that the temperature control of the oven is also a test of the factory technology. After the heat, the acrylic gradually hardens when it encounters the cold air, and begins to form.
Local hot bending is a very common type of acrylic bending process. The most common is to bend the acrylic of a straight plate out of a curve, like a circle, a curve, and so on. There are also some cumbersome local hot bends, such as bending an acrylic heat into a right angle, but the hot bend is a smooth arc. This process is to remove the sticker attached to the acrylic plate in this hot bend. The high-temperature mold rod is used to fuse the edge of the acrylic which needs to be bent, and then bend it into a right angle with an external force. The edge of the acrylic product thus produced is a smooth curved right angle.