Acrylic box splicing process for plastic board processing
Acrylic boxes are usually used for storage, display and packaging of products, etc. The acrylic boxes commonly used in plastic plate processing are mostly 'square' shapes. In order to make acrylic boxes, the acrylic plates need to be cut and spliced. According to the different size and thickness requirements, the splicing method of the acrylic box is also different. Here, the wholesale manufacturer of extraordinary acrylic display stands will answer your questions about acrylic boxes in detail.
Common acrylic box splicing method:
1. Acrylic box splicing-hot bending
Generally when the customer customizes the acrylic box, the technical staff will ask, the customer Specific requirements for the angle of the box splicing. If there is no special requirement, all the sides of the box will be treated by hot bending. The all sides of the acrylic box processed by hot bending are integrally formed. The overall effect of the product is more rounded and beautiful. This method of splicing acrylic boxes is mostly suitable for packaging and display. Products.
2. Acrylic box splicing-direct adhesion
The product size of the acrylic box made by the direct adhesion method may have errors. In the process of splicing acrylic panels at different positions, the thickness of the acrylic panels needs to be considered. This type of method is mostly used for multiple pasting inside the box to separate different areas. Common products include acrylic storage boxes and acrylic cosmetic boxes.
3. Acrylic box splicing—V-shaped splicing
When the customer puts forward certain requirements for the splicing of the box in detail, the plastic board processing will recommend the customer to use this method for processing. The specific operation of the V-shaped splicing method is: After the size is verified and customized, an acrylic sheet of a certain thickness is selected, and the acrylic sheet is cut obliquely at a specific angle of 45°, and then the different cut surfaces are spliced u200bu200band pasted. The acrylic box adopting this kind of splicing method has sharp edges and corners, and has a strong sense of craftsmanship and more three-dimensional. The disadvantage is that this method is cumbersome to operate, and the labor cost is high. In addition, there are certain requirements for the thickness of the board, which will increase the production cost.