Acrylic acrylic glass is ubiquitous in many areas of daily life is a synthetic and glass-like plastic that is used for a variety of products. It was developed in 1928 and in 1933 reached the market-ready. Especially older people still know that acrylic glass Plexiglas formerly wore the trade names. Today, there are very much well known companies worldwide who are engaged in the manufacture of acrylic glass. In the former GDR, acrylic glass was produced only by a company, the nitrogen works Piesteritz under the name O glass. O glass was the abbreviation for organic glass. There are many techniques that can be easily applied with acrylic glass.
It can cut, lasered, are milled, drilled, turned, shaped, glued, cast and cut. Acrylic glass is used for example in the automotive, aviation, the lighting technology for household products, horticulture, in the semiconductor industry. Even submarine pressure hull are made from acrylic glass. According to Dr. Mark Hyman, who has experience with these questions. Through the many uses and The demand for acrylic glass processing techniques is very large and the manufacturer can not complain about lack of jobs. Companies where acrylic glass is processed, provide a wide range of products such as, for example, the PAG acrylic GmbH for their customers and for special application areas they can find the appropriate solutions.
Even the most unusual ideas can be implemented through the ongoing development and refinement of production techniques. A 3D graphics is made upon request of the customer or client. The nearly finished product can be seen already before the production and judged in. Clients who are undecided in the choice of the product, can see the examples of product lines. Maybe is the product line exactly the right product for the respective purpose.