Perspex® Opal Cast Acrylic Disc
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We have the machinery and expertise to manufacture bespoke items in acrylic, polycarbonate and many other plastics, from one-offs to large production runs. Read more about the various services we offer, or complete the form below to request a quote.
Our advanced Multicam Apex 3R (3 Axis) CNC routers allow us to provide an extensive range of precision CNC routing services. Read more
CNC Laser Cutting
Laser cutting is a fabrication process that uses a thin, intensely focused stream of light to cut through a range of different materials, including plastics and acrylics. Read more
Diamond & Flame polishing
Edge polishing is a fabrication process that polishes the edges of acrylic panels, removes any cutting marks, and achieves a smooth, glossy finish. Read more
Rotary & Laser Engraving
Laser engraving is a fabrication process that uses a laser beam to physically remove the surface of a material to create an indentation that is noticeable to both the eye and touch. Read more
Line bending is a process that’s used to make precise folds in plastic and acrylic components. Our line bending fabrication service allows us to bend plastic and acrylic sheets along a defined ‘line’ – without any need for gluing or joining. Read more
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Opal cast acrylic disks are white in tone with good light transmission properties. The material diffracts and diffuses light evenly so is suitable to be illuminated and is often used in light box systems.
- High gloss finish
- Hard wearing
- Weather resistant
- Easy to work with/fabricate
- Light weight
- Exterior signage
- Interior signage
- Retail display
- Point of sale
- Point of purchase
Opal 050 acrylic cast sheet has a light transmission of 37%. The opal acrylic diffracts and diffuses light evenly making it the perfect choice for illuminated signage.
Cast acrylic is one of the hardest thermoplastic sheet materials available and its attractive aesthetics remain for longer than other plastic sheet materials.
Opal cast acrylic weighs half as much as an equivalent glass panel making fabrication, installation and transportation a far more attractive proposition.
High gloss finish and easy to clean
Its high gloss finish is not only very attractive but also more practically very easy to clean.
With excellent resistance to the elements, cast acrylic performs well outside. No significant changes in appearance are expected over 10 years.
Cast acrylic is manufactured by pouring monomer between two sheets of high quality glass and polymerised in batches in a carefully controlled manufacturing process.
Opal cast acrylic can be recycled all the way back to its original raw material, the monomer.
Country of Manufacture
Minimum disc diameter
Maximum disc diameter
Manufacturers thickness tolerance
+/- 10 % plus 0.4mm (e.g. 5mm cast sheet could vary from 4.1mm to 5.9mm)
Protective film on both sides
UK Class 3
-40 to 80°c
Vicat softening temperature
Material Name/Scientific Name
Poly(methyl methacrylate) "PMMA"
10 Year against discolouration (link to product guarantee)
We currently deliver throughout the UK. Delivery charges are calculated based on the longest side of the material ordered. Only one delivery charge is applicable per order regardless of how many items are ordered.
UK Delivery costs
|Longest side||Orders under £150||Orders over £150||Express Delivery|
|Samples (100mm x 100mm)||£2.95||FREE||£9.95|
|Less than 500mm||£5.95||FREE||£12.95|
|500mm to 1499mm||£9.95||FREE||£19.95|
|1500mm or greater||£14.95||FREE||£24.95|
Standard delivery for all accessories is £7.95, or £12.95 for Express delivery.
All prices listed include VAT.
We have temporarily disabled European delivery for orders placed through our website whilst we make changes to implement the correct rate of VAT being charged. Our team can however manually place zero-rated orders so please contact us if you require delivery to the European Union.
We process and dispatch the vast majority of orders within 48 hours of receiving the order, however our guidelines for delivery times are listed below:
- Standard delivery (3-5 working days)
- Express delivery (2-3 working days)
If you require faster delivery you may wish to consider choosing our Express Delivery option at the checkout. Express Delivery orders will be prioritised and will be delivered using a recognised nationwide courier.
Next Day Delivery
Next Day delivery is not available via our website due to the quantity and bespoke nature of orders we receive on a daily basis. However, if you need to place an order and require Next Day delivery please contact us – we will make every effort to meet your requirements and deadlines.
Due to the nature of the ”made to measure” products we supply, we provide delivery prices at a standard rate and reserve the right to cancel an order should it become economically unviable to fulfil the order. In these rare circumstances the customer will be contacted first to discuss alternative options.
When delivering to some delivery locations we can incur increased shipping costs, if this is likely to happen the customer will be contacted to discuss any possible extra delivery charges required.
Examples of delivery locations which may require additional delivery charges are,
- Channel Islands
- Scottish Islands
- Isle of Man
- Isles of Scilly
- Remote areas
- Northern Ireland
If you require delivery to one of these areas please get in touch to discuss your order.
Can I collect my order from Simply Plastics?
Yes, of course. Orders can be collected from our premises in Colchester, Essex. At the final stage of the checkout process there is a delivery option labelled "Collection/pickup" which is free. Once your order is complete, you will be notified by email along with our address and collection times.
I need my order urgently, can I pay for faster shipping?
Yes. We offer an express delivery service which aims to deliver all orders in 1-3 working days. Orders are delivered by a recognised courier company and may require a signature on delivery.
What are polished edges?
When we cut an acrylic sheet to size, the saw blade/router toolbit produces a matte finish on the edges of the panel. We use a technique called diamond polishing to polish the edges to a bright, smooth and glossy finish.
Our diamond edge-polishing machine polishes the edge of acrylic by running a rotating, diamond tipped wheel along the edge of the material.
You can read more about the techniques used to polish Perspex® in our blog post, The Ultimate Guide to Polishing Perspex®.
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