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Synonyms for acrylic

polymerized from acrylonitrile

used especially by artists

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a synthetic fabric

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The wax shape is then itself cast into a mould, which is filled with acrylic plastic that is trimmed back using the Scotch-Brite EXL Unitised Wheel XL-UW by 3M.
Finally, screw clear acrylic plastic on end of pipe using four #4 sheet metal screws.
Industrial PMMA scrap can be divided into two groups: pure acrylic plastic scrap forms about 20% and reinforced acrylic plastic scrap about 80% of the total amount.
A safe acrylic plastic mirror 96in x 48in costs pounds 160 from www.
The "Forerunner," a hardtop convertible automobile with a fiberglass-reinforced plastic body and a retractable top made of acrylic plastic, has gone on display at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Acrylic plastic has proven to be the most suitable material for the construction of the mirror as it has an excellent combination of optical and light weight properties.
Protect countertops and cut with ease on the Counter Protector from Acrylic Plastic Products, Inc.
They are filled with red, amber, and clear acrylic plastic pellets that are molded into lenses for the automobile lighting assemblies.
Suarez sued in Ohio on the same day, claiming Peterman's brochures are misleading customers into paying $198 for a pendant made of ``cheap acrylic plastic.
Getting the right geometry while keeping the interior as smooth as possible required the use of a special, computer-controlled lathe with a diamond blade to hollow out the interior of a block of acrylic plastic.
led bulb shall be made of acrylic plastic lens and work with a standard 120v power supply; purchase approx.
A piece of 1/4-inch-thick acrylic plastic (cut to fit at a framing shop) rests atop a bright jumble of berries and seeded eucalyptus.
You could go for an amazing brand new Bubble chair created in transparent acrylic plastic and designed soon after the Globe in 1968.