Poly (methyl methacrylate) is identified as acrylic or acrylic glass as well as by other trade names. It is a thermoplastic that is transparent and often used as a shatter-resistant or lightweight glass alternative. It is used in sheet form and can be used as a casting resin, in coatings and inks and has a multitude of other uses.


Regardless of whether it is used for the automotive industry, serial and molded components made of acrylic glass for diverse industrial fields or for the manufacture of high-quality furniture, display systems, luminaire systems, lasered trophies or customized designs.


For over 30 years, Kura GmbH has the needed expertise as well as efficient and modern machining facilities for the implementation of cost-effective, functional and elegant solutions of acrylic glass sheets. They operate worldwide and have offices in Hungary and Germany. They have the field of thermoplastics machining and acrylic glass machining of customized designs and industrial high-volume production, catering to the most assorted applications. To learn more about this company you can go to their website at http://www.kuera.de/home-english.html


Acrylic is a translucent plastic with great stiffness, strength, and visual clarity. Acrylic sheets are very easy to produce, bonds quite well with solvents and adhesives and is easy to thermoform. It has higher weathering properties when compared to other clear plastics. Sheets of acrylic have glass-like assets including:

  • Brilliance
  • Clarity
  • Transparency

But it is half the weight and many times the impact resistance of glass. From skylights, sturdy signs and skylights, to retail store features, shelves, and displays, acrylic plastics offer outstanding:

  • Durability
  • Versatility
  • Aesthetic qualities

Safe for drinking

Since acrylic is safe for drinking and does not harbor harmful bacteria due to a hard surface so it is often used for glasses. It is lightweight or shatterproof – making it a great alternative to a drinking glass. It is also suitable for use in the dishwasher as well, but caution should be used in microwaves.

Other uses:

It is widely used for:

  • Indoor and outdoor signs
  • Architectural glazing, skylights
  • POP displays and exhibits
  • Transportation applications
  • LED diffusing lighting panels
  • Brochure holders
  • Transparent manifolds
  • Shelves and retail fixtures

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