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Maui Plastics offers a variety of products including: Plastic Sheet Stock; Stock Display Items; Custom Fabrication; Rods, Tubes, & Profiles; Tools & Supplies; Laser Cutting & Engraving; and Promotional Items.
Plastic Sheet Stock

Plastic Sheet Stock includes: Acrylic; Polycarbonate; HDPE; Expanded PVC; Polystrene; and Engraver's Plastic.
Stock Display Items

Stock Display Items include: Page Holders: L-style or slant back, T-style, Wall mount; Brochure Holders: Counter style, Wall mount, Outdoor; Business Card Holders; Print Bins; Collection Boxes; Shelves; T-stands for Jewerly Displays; and CD/DVD displays.
Custom Fabrication

Custom Fabrication: All you need to do is provide a drawing or concept and let us quote your custom product.
Tools & Supplies

A variety of items to fabricate your project! Acrylic rod and tubing, components, solvent & glue, polish, Fabrication manual, heater strip, drill bits and other tools.
Laser Cutting & Engraving

Laser cut shapes, letters and stencils. Engraved signs, name badges, instrument panels.
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358 Papa Place, H-3

Kahului, Maui, HI 96732


808-871-0845 fax




Plexiglas®, Lucite®, Chemcast®, Optix®, and Perspex®

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Polymethylmethacrylate:  a thermoplastic material compound of polymers of methyl methacrylate.   Acrylic is a transparent solid with exceptional optical properties and good resistance to water.  Primary applications for acrylic sheet include fabrication, picture framing, boat windows, skylights, displays, signage, lighting and point of purchase displays.  The molecular structure of acrylic provides increased protection from sunlight’s ultraviolet rays; the material is noted for outdoor durability and colorfastness.  Special U.V. stabilization protects the sheet from yellowing.  Acrylic sheet is marketed under trade names such as Plexiglas®, Lucite®, Chemcast®, Optix®, and Perspex®. 

.125” general purpose acrylic sheet is approximately 2 to 3 times more impact resistant than double strength window glass, and about 4 to 5 times more impact resistant than wire glass or other glasses. .250” general purpose acrylic sheet is approximately 9 to 10 times more resistant than wire glass or other glasses. 

You can cut acrylic sheet by scribing and breaking, by sawing or routing with power equipment, or by using a laser cutter.   Scribing works best for straight cuts in thin sheet – 0.236” or less.   Power equipment includes circular (table, radial or panel), scroll, saber, band, veneer and hole saws and routers.   For sawing operations, keep masking intact to protect the acrylic sheet surfaces and to provide lubrication.  Remember that acrylic sheet is a combustible thermoplastic material.