Cast Acrylic

Experience the Brilliance of Cast Acrylic
Elevating Your Vision Beyond the Ordinary

Discover the Unmatched Quality and Aesthetic Appeal of Midton’s Cast Acrylic Products

We design and manufacture the highest quality acrylic products on the market. Our products are known for their durability, versatility, and aesthetic appeal. We take pride in our craftsmanship and use only the best materials to ensure that our customers receive a product that is unmatched in quality and beauty.

Design and Manufacturing Process

At Midton, we use state-of-the-art equipment and advanced manufacturing techniques to produce our acrylic products. Our team of skilled designers and technicians work closely together to ensure that each product is produced to the highest standards of quality and precision.

Cast acrylic technician wearing and apron and holding a casting beaker

With our craftsmanship and expertise, we transform acrylic into stunning products that exceed our customers’ expectations.

Anika Raza, Product Designer /
Acrylic Casting R&D

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Let’s chat about your project idea over a (virtual) coffee! Whether it’s awards, an interior design project, or a lighting installation – we’re here to guide you through our process.

Discover the Creative Potential of Acrylic Embedments

Acrylic embedments offer endless creative possibilities for displaying and preserving objects in a unique and stylish way. They can be customised to fit any object and design, creating a one-of-a-kind display.

The Beauty of Casting Acrylic: Stunning Effects and Endless Possibilities

Acrylic casting is a versatile technique that can produce mesmerising effects and endless possibilities. Whether you want to create custom shapes, transparent coloured blends, or bubble effects, casting acrylic offers a wide range of options to express your creativity and add a touch of elegance to your projects.

Frequently Asked Questions about Cast Acrylic

What is the difference between cast and extruded acrylic?

Cast acrylic is produced by pouring liquid resin into a mould and allowing it to cure resulting in a uniform thickness and clarity. Extruded acrylic is produced by pushing the material through rollers resulting in a wider range of thicknesses and a less consistent clarity.

What are the benefits of using cast acrylic over glass?

Cast acrylic is more impact-resistant than glass making it less likely to shatter or break. It is also lighter in weight and easier to work with than glass and can be cut and shaped using common woodworking tools.

Can cast acrylic be recycled?

Yes cast acrylic can be recycled. Midton manufactured recycled acrylic at our factory. Have a look at our recycling process and Remade products

What is the maximum temperature that acrylic can withstand?

Cast acrylic can withstand temperatures up to approximately 180 degrees Fahrenheit. At higher temperatures it can begin to soften and lose its shape.

What is the difference between cast acrylic and polycarbonate?

Cast acrylic and polycarbonate are both thermoplastic materials, but they have different properties. Cast acrylic is more rigid, scratch-resistant, and has better optical clarity than polycarbonate. Polycarbonate, on the other hand, is more impact-resistant and flexible than cast acrylic.

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