acrylic syrup

acrylic syrup

[ə′kril·ik ′sir·əp]
(materials)
Lucite in a liquid form; used as a low-pressure laminating resin; produces stiff, strong, tough laminates that can be adapted to bright or translucent colors.
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Optimass 7000 flowmeter enables Lucite to measure precisely the amount of acrylic syrup mixture it needs for manufacturing, ensuring the new product's consistent dimensional accuracy.