plexiglass


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plexiglass

(ˈplɛksɪˌɡlɑːs)
n
a material very similar to Plexiglas
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Trunk in a Box" is a new 3D monoprint printed on 18 pieces of plexiglass, stacked one on top of the other with a space in between.
Parameswaran's chips are the size of a credit card and made of ordinary plexiglass.
The two men were separated by plexiglass borrowed from the Los Angeles Kings ice hockey team at their press conference yesterday but it did not inhibit their verbal exchanges.
SOON we'll be wearing plexiglass bubbles, I thought, while watching a technology program on TV.
2 when the 30-year veteran of the bakery somehow got trapped between a Plexiglass machine guard and a giant trough containing rising dough.
Detectives are to speak to the multi-millionaire star about the incident which happened when he went to see illusionist David Blaine in his London Plexiglass box stunt, it emerged today.
a sinuous armchair inspired by the insect world, and Tomoko Mizu's collection of delicately hued geometric vases (503) explored the properties of Plexiglass, exploiting the effects of light.
A Ruggles shot bounced off the plexiglass and Chartrand batted it down and slotted it in the net.
To unify the department and break up the space, HDI used plexiglass banding that floats from the walls around the perimeter and above the displays.
In this project, a Thermoacoustic refrigerator was manufactured from everyday materials including plexiglass, PVC piping and a loudspeaker.
Liam Gillick has created labyrinthine installations from Plexiglass, aluminium and wood.
The unit is available with removable solid or plexiglass doors.