Prints on acrylic glass attract attention thanks to their depth and shiny effect due to modern printing technologies and high-quality dyes.
Paintings on acrylic glass retain all the advantages of traditional glass printing while eliminating its weight and delicacy.
They are made with the use of highly appreciated and avant-garde material in the field of interior architecture: polymethylmethacrylate also known as acrylic glass and known under the trade name of Plexiglas.
What are the main differences between acrylic glass (Plexiglas) and normal glass?
Acrylic glass does not fade easily under the influence of UV rays like glass and is characterized by very high light transmission (more than 90%). Unlike glass, it is much lighter and stronger, shatterproof and difficult to chip. In the case of modern glass paintings, Full HD printing is applied to the back of the plexiglass surface, this technique guarantees ideal precision and perfect color intensity. The paintings on acrylic glass guarantee a three-dimensional depth and a shiny effect.
✔ High resistance and UV protection
Unlike glass, acrylic is more resistant to damage and does not undergo deformation. The dyes used are resistant to sunlight.
✔ High light transmission
The high transparency of the acrylic guarantees a glossy surface and amplifies the intensity of the colors.
✔ Safe for children
✔ Smooth surface
The surface of the acrylic glass frame remains smooth and is scratch resistant.
Cleaning the framework
To remove any stains on the surface of the panel, just water and detergent.
Assembling the panel
You can assemble the panel easily and in a few minutes thanks to the hangers attached to the panel. On the back of the panel are also fixed the rubber protections that perform the protective and stabilizing function. Mounting kit included.