Acrylic Products Processing Process

Acrylic Products Processing Process

Date:Dec 11, 2019

Acrylic products shall be processed through nine processes, i.e. cutting, sawing, filing, hot cutting, hot bending, cutting, drilling, tapping and bonding. During the processing, acrylic products shall avoid contacting with organic solvents and shall not tear off the protective paper on the surface. The thermal and cold expansion coefficient of acrylic plate is very large, and the expansion gap shall be reserved due to the temperature change

Acrylic products processing process:

1. The method is to place the ruler on the plate to be cut and fold it: This is a straight-line cutting method of acrylic.

2. The cutting route can be straight or curved. Have special vibration saw, saw: use saw to cut data or shape. Micro saw, also can use hacksaw, wire saw. When processing acrylic with saw, the saw dust should fall off as much as possible, because the saw dust will melt on the friction heated saw blade and stick on the saw tooth, so that the saw tooth will lose its function. It can be pulled slowly to prevent the saw blade from overheating and sticking to the saw dust or use a brush to sweep away the saw dust.

3. There are three situations to file: 1. Sawed data edge. 2. The rough embryo is slightly larger, but it is convenient to cut with saw. File: file is file. File it to the required size with a file. 3. Remove sharp edges and corners to make them smooth and feel good.

4. Whether there is special vibration saw, hot cutting: if the cutting route is complex. It can be cut with a hot cutting saw, but pay attention to the thickness and unevenness of the acrylic edge cut with a hot cutting saw, so the hot cutting forming can only be a rough embryo, which should be hot cut outside the scrap specification line to leave room for fine processing, or after fine processing, it will be smaller than the required size

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