Frosted Polypropylene Sheet 0.5mm x 1100mm x 650mm

Stock code: 43140
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£2.30
£2.76
50+ £2.10 £2.52
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Large Materials

  • On all Perspex, veneers, Styrofoam, polypropylene, plywood and MDF sheets (except A4 size) a large materials charge applies per order.
  • This is £6.50 (£7.80 including VAT) for most UK locations, £12 (£14.40 including VAT) for Northern Ireland and £18.00 (£21.60 including VAT) for UK remote locations.
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Please note: Instructions for using this product (if available) can be found in the product description.
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Q:
Hi, I'm making my own binder cover and was wondering what's the best way to get a clean, straight edge fold on this sheet? Should I gently score a line with a craft knife first, or will that weaken it and cause it to tear? Thanks
Asked by: Benjamin Marvin
A:
Hi Benjamin,

Thank you for your question, you can cold crease the sheets by just folding them. You should not need to score it with a craft knife.

Best Regards

Cullen
Answered by: Cullen Lewis
11-Mar-20

Q:
Why must this material be stored at a temp. of 20 degrees C up to 25 degrees C at least 24 hours before printing? I want to offset print on this from a plywood relief block with AKUA intaglio water washable inks in my studio at home. My studio does not reach this temperature!
Asked by: Doreen E H Wells
A:
Hi Doreen, I have checked with our supplier today regarding the reason for this and they have advised the following: The reason for the polypropylene to be left for 24 hours before printing is so the material can normalise and be ready for printing due to circumstances such as, when left overnight with carriers which can make the material cooler and in some cases cause the material to crack.
As such if the material has been allowed to return to the normal temperature in the working environment it could be ok to use, however we would always recommend following any recommendation by manufactures.
Answered by: Michael Lockhart
28-Nov-18

Q:
Please could you explain what an "orange emboss (anti glare) finish" is? Does it effect the colour of the transmitted light?
Asked by: Jonathan
A:
Hi Jonathan, The colour of the light isn't altered however it is diffused, so it is a soft glow that appears through the sheet rather than a direct light source. The anti-glare listed will relate to creating this soft glow and prevents the light being bright.
Answered by: Michael Lockhart
19-Dec-17

Q:
Hi. What is the exact composition of the sheet, polypropylene (C3H6)n only ?
Asked by: Nathalie
A:
Hi Nathalie, According to the datasheet the makeup of the product is a mix of Polypropylene (Homopolymer and Copolymer) Polyolefine.
Answered by: Michael Lockhart
20-Nov-17

Q:
What is the fire rating of this material? You mention it can be used for making lamps but is it fire retardand/certified?
Asked by: Alex
A:

Hi Alex, The datasheet and material datasheet for the product supplied by the manufacture state that the melting point is around 160°C, with the Vicat softening point being around 145°C. Unfortunately this is the only data we have regarding the material and heat.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
15-Sep-16

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