plexiglass


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plexiglass

(ˈplɛksɪˌɡlɑːs)
n
a material very similar to Plexiglas
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Savant Home Automation system, Lutron lightin and Plexiglass Lumisheet art lighting system.
Contract notice:Supply of wood, paint, plexiglass, masonry, hardware and plumbing
I first read about him in the Jan/Feb 2015 issue about him putting clear Plexiglass grips on his 1911 during WWII to show a photo of his wife.
IT IS POSSIBLE TO SIMULATE the drypoint process quite effectively by substituting inexpensive plexiglass or polystyrene plates for the more expensive metal alternatives.
Her work process involves cutting and shaping plastic bottles and bags, which are then painted and pasted on plexiglass to create a surreal look.
The mini soccer stadium has a total area of one thousand meters bedded with artificial grass and covered with plexiglass roof.
Other features include Plexiglass side panels that are easily removable for maintenance access, but also permit inspection of interior components without dismantling, and a variety of single- and dual-side divert configuration choices.
CAP IT OFF THE coolest baseball caps right now aren't affiliated with any sports team, they're the kind rendered in suede, leather, textured fabrics and even plexiglass.
My dad got the idea to add plexiglass after seeing similar displays at other threshing shows.
More than a dozen Hand in Hand students painted the mural on seven sheets of thick Plexiglass that, when fully assembled, stretched 12 meters across and 3 meters tall.
The bridge will soon have padlock-proof plexiglass panels instead.
A: It was popular during WWII to make grips from Plexiglass salvaged from aircraft canopies.