What are the stitching methods of acrylic board?

The bonding of two acrylic boards is the most common process in acrylic processing. For example, the processing of acrylic boxes is usually used to store, display, and package products. The commonly used acrylic boxes are mostly “square”. In order to make acrylic boxes, the acrylic boards need to be cut and spliced. According to different size and thickness requirements, the stitching methods of acrylic boxes are also different. Here are some common methods for the acrylic display rack wholesale manufacturers to provide detailed answers about the adhesion of two acrylic boards.

Acrylic board splicing form

1. Hot bend

Generally, when the customer customizes the acrylic box, the technician will ask about the specific requirements of the customer for the angle of the box splicing. If there are no special requirements, all sides of the box will be heat-bent, and the acrylic box will be processed into one piece, and the overall effect of the product will be more round and beautiful. This acrylic box type splicing method is mostly suitable for packaging and display. Products.

2. Sticky

Acrylic boxes made using the direct adhesion method may have errors in product dimensions. In the process of splicing acrylic plates at different locations, the thickness of the acrylic plates needs to be considered. This type of method is mostly used for multiple pastes inside the box to separate different areas. Common products include acrylic storage boxes, acrylic cosmetic boxes, and so on.

3.45 degree bonding

45When the customer puts forward some requirements for the box splicing in detail, 45 degree bonding is generally used. The specific operation of the 45-degree bonding method is: after checking the customized size, select a certain thickness of acrylic sheet, cut it obliquely, the specific angle is 45 °, and then splice and paste between different cut surfaces. The acrylic box adopting such a splicing method has clear edges and corners, and has a strong sense of craftsmanship. Disadvantages: this method is cumbersome to operate, the labor cost is high, and there are certain requirements for the thickness of the board, which will increase the production cost.