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Repairing clear acrylic ?

Johnny Best

Active Member
If using a track saw you can easily adjust the depth of the blade to cut. If cutting acrylic you just go maybe about an eight of an inch below the acrylic. I just use a 2 by4 underneath so as there will be no snap off at end of cut, it’s a pretty simple thing to do


I still have a bunch of them.
Hold onto 'em! (obviously you have/are) We used to get ours from some off the wall place, I forget where, but they closed down. We held on to every scrap we had for 5 years before we found another distributor. They sell that stuff stupid cheap, if you can find someone actually selling it. I think we give $8 a sheet as long as we don't mind seconds.