Acrylate is a very clear, UV-resistant plastic. Thanks to its unique weather resistance and high wear-resistance, it can be used as glazing material in many ways. In addition, acrylate is around 25 times stronger than glass in the same thickness. A major advantage is that acrylic will not shatter when broken but will break into a number of large pieces. Acrylate can withstand intensive processing, unlike polycarbonate, for example. By polishing, for example, saw edges (solid sheets), one can very easily give the material a nice finish and thereby mount it in sight without using profiles. To bend acrylate, the material must always be heated. for more info;