Cell casting is a method used for creating poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) sheets. Liquid monomer is poured between two flat sheets of toughened glass sealed with a rubber gasket and heated for polymerization. It’s a manufacturing process best suited for applications where strength and optical clarity are critical. Cell casting techniques are employed in conjunction with stretching to produce a high optic sheet with improved mechanical properties.
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