Perspex or acrylic glass
Perspex was developed in 1928 as an alternative to glass. Medically it is used for contact lenses and artificial fingernails. In industry, it is used in the manufacture of aquariums, headlights and laser discs. In sign-making its ability to transmit light through its lit-edge is used by the creative sector. See M&S signage today.
Perspex can be made into folders, binders, slipcases in any size. Printing by screen and etching. Products can carry the recycling coding which is number seven within the familiar recycling logo. Ask if you wish this symbol to be added to your design.
Perspex liteyear calendar, folders galore patent no 2422025
recyclable plastic group 7
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