Model # 1AU0593A

Internet #100250108

Store SKU #120585

OPTIX .093 in. x 36 in. x 48 in. Clear Acrylic Sheet


.093 in. x 36 in. x 48 in. Clear Acrylic Sheet

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The Optix 36 in. x 48 in. Acrylic Sheet is a high-quality product that is strong. Its durable yet lightweight nature makes it ideal for a variety of applications, including garage door windows, picture frames, signs, displays and do-it-yourself projects. The acrylic sheet is easy to cut using a simple hand tool.

  • Acrylic sheet is a strong alternative to glass
  • Transparent sheet allows natural light in
  • Excellent insulating properties for energy savings
  • Impact resistant for a long-lasting performance
  • Cuts easily with simple hand tools so you can do it yourself




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Customer Questions & Answers

is this UV resistant

Optix acrylic panel .093 X 36" X 48"
Asked by: MM
Yes, Optix acrylic is UV stable.
Answered by: Plaskolite Customer Care
Date published: 2016-10-17


Asked by: RON
Hello Ron, Yes, you can carefully drill a hole into this acrylic sheet. Take your time because the high speed drilling tends to melt it a little. Don't push down hard because you don't want to crack it. Charlotte
Answered by: char445
Date published: 2017-04-06

Can this be cut in store?

I am constructing a lightbox and I would like to cut this to two 13"x48" panes. Would this be doable in store or would I need to cut this at the shop?
Asked by: RoJunto
Cut-to-size pieces of plastic are available through The Home Depot in store plastic sheet special order program. Proceed to your nearest Home Depot store and locate the Millwork Department special order desk (doors and windows). They can walk you through the process and call vendor for a quote. Tell the associate at the desk what you need and give them the following information: Vendor – SABIC Polymershapes SKU – 409-497 They should be able to walk you through the process at that point.
Answered by: Your Polymershapes Expert
Date published: 2017-02-25

How rigid is this material?

I want to make an enclosure for a 3D printer. Will this material be rigid enough to stand on its edge without flexing or bowing? If this product isn't strong enough, could you recommend one that is? Thank you for your time.
Asked by: 3Dprinterguy
Hello 3Dprinterguy, As long as the acrylic is under a load it should retain its form with out bowing or bending. The flex or lack there of will also be impacted by its size. The bigger the size the more flex will be present. To completely remove flex an increase in thickness will be required. Another option would be to use 1x1 pine to construct a frame to attach the acrylic to. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris
Answered by: ChrisFixit
Date published: 2015-11-07
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Customer Reviews

.093 in. x 36 in. x 48 in. Clear Acrylic Sheet is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from cut well, did not shatter made a game for kids used this instead of glass for safety clear but does not break like glass
Date published: 2013-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Doesn't machine well I attempted to fabricate a windscreen for an ultralight airplane out of this. The piece I needed was curved at the top and the bottom with straight sides getting narrower as it goes up. I cut the piece with a Dremel tool using a cutoff wheel, and then used a sanding block to clean and smooth the edges. It looked really nice at this point. Then I needed to drill 9 small holes at the bottom for bolts and seven small holes at the top for rivets. Using a 3/16" drill bit, I drilled the holes across the bottom with great success until I got to the 9th hole. When the bit went through, a 1"crack developed running from the hole to the edge of the sheet. The 7 holes across the top with a 1/8" drill bit went well with no problem. As I was riveting an aluminum mounting bracket to the top of the windscreen, the plastic split multiple times around the 4th hole. What I learned from this lesson is that this Optix product is not suitable for the purpose I intended. I don't fault Optix for this failure, after all they made no claims that it was suitable for this purpose. The purpose of this review is to let others who might have the same notion know that it will not work with this product. Save yourself a bunch of time and $35 dollars.
Date published: 2015-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was the perfect size I needed --happy with purchase !! I am happy with purchase --it saved me some money from having a professional repair at a tremendous cost to me --
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cutting plastic sheet Cuts easily by using a circular saw with a veneer blade put on backward (the back of the teeth cut into the sheet) . Use masking tape to cover the cutting line and proceed slowly so as not to burn/melt the plastic.
Date published: 2015-08-17
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