3mm Neutral 9T20 Plastic Discs

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Suitable for a variety of applications, Plastic Sheets Direct’s neutral plastic discs is extremely versatile and can be cut to fit into your project.

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Suitable for a variety of applications, Plastic Sheets Direct’s neutral plastic discs is extremely versatile and can be cut to fit into your project. With so many different colours available, you can choose the one best suited to your job, although coloured, they still harbour optical clarity and look impressive in ambient light. Offering many similarities to glass, neutral plastic discs is easy to machine and UV stable, yet safer than glass with durability and impact resistant properties making it ideal for high footfall areas or heavy duty signage and stands. This neutral plastic discs is a suitable material to be used as motorbike windscreens, splashbacks and shop fittings thanks to the strength of the material, but is also often used for secondary glazing, exhibition stands and light diffuser panels as the plastic is aesthetically pleasing and looks great in a number of settings. If you require specific sizes of this plastic sheeting, our bespoke cutting service ensures your pieces are delivered to the exact measurements you need.

FAQs

What is polyvinyl chloride

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a popular thermoplastic, ranked as the third most widely used plastic in the world. It’s odorless, solid, brittle, and generally white in color.

What does PVC stand for

Polyvinyl chloride

What is PVC foam board

PVC foam board is a lightweight, rigid material often used to create signs and displays. As it is durable and robust, it’s ideal for outdoor use as it is resistant to rain and resistant to wind and sunlight. It is made from a combination of polyvinyl and polyurea which makes a strong and versatile foam board which lends itself to a range of applications. PVC foam board is available in a range of thicknesses, and used for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications including interior and exterior signage, exhibition stands, point of purchase and exhibition boards.

How to bend aluminium composite panel

To bed aluminium composite panels you can use a bending press, folding machine and roll bending machine to create the required shapes you need.

What is aluminium composite

Aluminium composite is a piece of polyethylene, sandwiched by aluminium layers on either side producing a versatile sheet material that looks great.

How to cut aluminium composite panels

Aluminium composite panels are best cut using a power saw with blades that have bevelled alternative teeth. Jigsaws, band saws and fret saws are all suitable. If your aluminum sheets are 3mm or thinner, they can also be cut with a guillotine.

How to bend polycarbonate sheet

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

What is polycarbonate sheet

Polycarbonate is a thermoplastic that comes in a sheet from. It’s very strong and doesn’t absorb much moisture which means it’s resistant to impact and water damage.

How to install polycarbonate sheet roofing

Begin by flat laying your sheets and glazing bars to make sure the sheets fit the structure correctly with no gaps. Starting with the glazing bars, these should be placed on the edges of the roof, insert your fixings into pre drilled holes, these should be around 500mm apart, to effectively secure your bars ready for the sheets. If your roof requires eaves fillers these should be added at this point before adding the sheets. Start by attaching one to the glazing bar and one on the end of your roof, then line up the sheets on the roof ready for fixing. With a glazing bar attached between each sheet you can ensure any gaps are properly sealed. Once the sheets have been aligned on the roof and attached with bars you can add the screws and caps to secure everything. You can then remove the protective film from the sheets and begin drilling additional screws and fixings to further strengthen the structure.

How to cut polycarbonate sheet

Polycarbonate sheets can be cut using scissors or a jigsaw, but a circular saw is the ideal tool to use, especially if you’re cutting larger pieces of the material.

How to cut PETG

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

What is the difference between PET and PETG

PETG is less brittle and more pliable than PET making it ideal for bottles and it also has better shock resistance as well as being better suited to high temperatures.

What is PETG

PETG, also known as Polyethylene terephthalate glycol, is a thermoplastic polyester that boasts significant chemical resistance, formability, and durability for manufacturing.

What are the properties of high impact polystyrene

High impact polystyrene hosts a range of beneficial properties including:
Malleability
Strength
Durability
Lightweight
Colour, texture and gloss options
Cost effective
Environmentally friendly
Versatility

What is high impact polystyrene used for

High impact polystyrene can be used for a vast number of projects including:
Signs and displays
Shop fittings
Luggage
Dance studio flooring
Sanitary ware
Home appliances
Cosmetics

What is high impact polystyrene

High impact polystyrene is a versatile, cost-effective, impact resistant material which is easy to vacuum form and mould into shape, making it very popular for signage and stands. It is available in a range of colours, gloss levels and textures to suit a number of different projects and can be remoulded several times making it environmentally friendly.

How to print on frosted opal acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut frosted opal acrylic discs by hand

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to bend frosted opal acrylic discs

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish frosted opal acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on tinted acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to bend tinted acrylic discs

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish tinted acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on fluorescent acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut fluorescent acrylic discs by hand

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to bend fluorescent acrylic discs

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish fluorescent acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on vario acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut vario acrylic discs by hand

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish vario acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on pearlescent acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut pearlescent acrylic discs by hand

One of the main benefits of acrylic perspex is how easy it is to work with. It can be cut with standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

How to bend pearlescent acrylic discs

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish pearlescent acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on glitter acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut glitter acrylic discs by hand

To cut acrylic by hand, the best option is a fine tooth hacksaw. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to bend glitter acrylic discs

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish glitter acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on metallic acrylic discs

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut metallic acrylic discs

One of the main benefits of acrylic perspex is how easy it is to work with. It can be cut with standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

How to polish metallic acrylic discs

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to stick acrylic mirror discs to a wall

Installing acrylic mirrors is easy, they can be cut to bespoke measurements to meet your requirements and pre-drilled with holes so they are ready to hang with nails or hooks. Alternatively, these lightweight mirrors can be mounted using adhesive sticky pads which mean they will sit flat against a surface.

What is an acrylic mirror discs

Acrylic mirror sheets are a highly reflective, lightweight mirrored surface with a durable hard panel on the back. It’s shatter resistant and has high impact strength making it a common alternative to glass and ideal for environments where safety is paramount.

How to cut acrylic mirror discs

One of the main benefits of acrylic perspex is how easy it is to work with. It can be cut with standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

How to print on frosted opal acrylic

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut frosted opal acrylic by hand

To cut acrylic by hand, the best option is a fine tooth hacksaw. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to bend frosted opal acrylic

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish frosted opal acrylic

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on frosted acrylic

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut frosted acrylic by hand

To cut acrylic by hand, the best option is a fine tooth hacksaw. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to bend frosted acrylic

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish frosted acrylic

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on tinted acrylic

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut tinted acrylic by hand

To cut acrylic by hand, the best option is a fine tooth hacksaw. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to bend tinted acrylic

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area thermoformable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish tinted acrylic

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper buff the surface in a circular motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Continue alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for a few minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear as you keep sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on fluorescent acrylic

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut fluorescent acrylic by hand

To cut fluorescent acrylic by hand, the best option is a fine tooth hacksaw. The edges may need polishing after to help the glossy finish return to the material and help the fluorescent colour shine.

How to bend fluorescent acrylic

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area flexible and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish fluorescent acrylic

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry to help them look like new. Using a piece of damp, 800 grit sandpaper in a buffing motion gently sand the surface before repeating with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth.

How to print on vario acrylic

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto a material of your choice.

How to cut vario acrylic by hand

To cut vario acrylic by hand, the best option is a fine tooth hacksaw. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to bend vario acrylic

To bend most types of acrylic including vario, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes the heated area malleable and is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish vario acrylic

To polish most types of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. If your vario acrylic needs some TLC, use a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Alternate between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear eventually during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to print on pearlescent acrylic

We offer an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut pearlescent acrylic

Acrylic is very easy to work with and can be cut easily using standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

How to bend pearlescent acrylic

Heat is used to bend most types of acrylic, creating a thermoformable area which is then able to be bent into place. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to polish pearlescent acrylic

To polish this kind of acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Start with wet 800 grit sandpaper in a circular motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Alternate between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear eventually. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine like new.

How to print on glitter acrylic sheet

Plastic Sheets Direct offers an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto.

How to cut glitter acrylic sheet by hand

To cut acrylic by hand, the best option is a sharp, fine tooth hacksaw. Make sure you secure the material within a vice to avoid damage from friction or vibrations. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to cut clear acrylic sheet

One of the main benefits of acrylic perspex is how easy it is to work with. It can be cut with standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

How to clean clear perspex

Acrylic is very low maintenance and doesn’t require any special cleaning products to keep it in tip top condition. Using a cotton ball to remove any lint, gently run this over both sides of the material, then using warm, soapy water or a specific acrylic cleaner, use light pressure to gently buff the surface. Never use chemicals to clean acrylic – they will damage it. Here are ones to avoid:
Any ammonia-based cleaner e.g. window and glass cleaners
​Abrasive or caustic cleaners
WD-40 or any other petroleum-based chemical
​Scrubbing pads or other abrasive pad

How to remove scratches from clear perspex

Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper, run this over the scratch(es) in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. If it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to polish coloured acrylic sheet

To polish metallic acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option. Using a piece of wet 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same grit sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. It may begin to look frosty, but this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move on the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a clean, soft, dry cotton cloth.

How to bend coloured acrylic sheet

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes it malleable so it can be bent into shape. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to cut coloured acrylic sheet by hand

To cut acrylic by hand, the best option is a sharp, fine tooth hacksaw. Make sure you secure the material within a vice to avoid damage from friction or vibrations. The edges may need polishing after to help the shine return to the material.

How to print on coloured acrylic sheet

Here at Plastic Sheets Direct, we offer an in-house printing service which you can use to print logos, images and wording onto your material.

How to cut acrylic mirror

Mirrored acrylic is very easy to work with as it’s lightweight and maneuverable. It can be cut with standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

What is an acrylic mirror

Acrylic mirror sheets are a highly reflective, lightweight mirrored surface with a durable hard panel on the back. It’s shatter resistant and has high impact strength making it a common alternative to glass and ideal for environments where safety is paramount.

How to stick acrylic mirror to a wall

Installing acrylic mirrors is easy, they can be cut to bespoke measurements to meet your requirements and pre-drilled with holes so they are ready to hang with nails or hooks. Alternatively, these lightweight mirrors can be mounted using adhesive sticky pads which mean they will sit flat against a surface.

How to polish metallic acrylic

To polish metallic acrylic, fine grit sandpapers are the best option. Using a piece of wet 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same grit sandpaper. Keep alternating between the wet and dry pieces, rubbing for two to three minutes at a time. It may begin to look frosty, but this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Move on the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, before drying to area fully with a clean, soft, dry cotton cloth.

How to bend metallic acrylic

To bend most types of acrylic, the process is done by heating the sheet which makes it malleable so it can be bent into shape. This can be done with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.

How to cut metallic acrylic

One of the main benefits of metallic acrylic is how easy it is to work with. It can be cut with standard workshop equipment including hand saws and power saws. The below tools can be used:
Score and break
Handsaw
Jigsaw
Bandsaw
CNC Laser/Router cutting

How to print on metallic acrylic

With a flat, smooth surface, acrylic is ideal for printing photos, images, logos and text on with either a matte or gloss finish. At Plastic Sheets Direct we offer an in-house printing service to put any images, wording or logos you require onto your plastic of choice.

How to polish glitter acrylic sheet

To polish most types of acrylic, including glitter, fine grit sandpapers are the best option alternating between wet and dry. Using a piece of wet, 800 grit sandpaper in a circular, buffing motion and then repeat with a dry piece of the same sandpaper. Alternating between the wet and dry pieces for a few minutes at a time. Move onto the grade 1200 paper and continue with the circular buffing motions, if it begins to look frosty this is just part of the process and these will disappear during the sanding. Next, dry the area fully with a soft, dry cotton cloth. If you have acrylic polish, this will help the material shine and look as good as new.

How to bend glitter acrylic sheet

To bend most types of plastic material, the process is done using heat to create a thermoformable area which can then be bent into place. You can do this with a heat gun, line bending machine or any heat source within your workshop.