Why Acrylics?


The full name for acrylic is polymethylmethacrylate & we sell it in cast or extruded forms of block, sheet, rod, tube, profiles and injection moulded fabrication aids.

We can supply orders of just one tiny piece for fabrication, through to massive single cast blocks weighing over 6 tons for architectural projects.

Acrylic Shapes

Acrylic is very easy to fabricate using modern & traditional machining techniques.

It is easily cut, machined, polished, glued, bonded into larger panels or lengths and can be thermoformed and injection moulded. We can offer advice and supply data sheets if required.



Where is it used?

Acrylic is used in many areas such as point of sale displays, the aquarium industry, engineering, art & design, television & film, nuclear & medical industries, architecture & signage to name just a few.

Acrylic Aquarium



Acrylic offers great optical clarity, good impact strength and has outstanding weathering properties.

Case Studies


Last month we helped one of our customers with a project to build a submarine sphere. Our customer had cast the acrylic sphere in two halves but asked us to structurally bond the two halves together.

Selfridges and Co.

In March 07 we delivered 11 tons of acrylic for 92 free standing & wall mounted directional signs for a new wayfinding system at Selfridges, for their Oxford Street store.