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Monthly Archives: May 2015

DIY Tip of the Month

When cutting polycarbonate sheets with a circular saw, it is recommended to use a carbide-tipped saw blade with a triple chip grind tooth design. Support and clamp the sheets before cutting to reduce vibration. Feed the sheets through slowly to … Continue reading

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LEXAN™ THERMOCLEAR™ 25mm 5X Sheet

“Excellent Choice for Architectural Applications” In today’s green building market, architects and builders are looking for products that meet the demand for environmentally friendly structures. LEXAN™ THERMOCLEAR™ polycarbonate sheets meet these regulatory requirements and contribute to LEED certification by optimizing … Continue reading

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What is Diffused Light?

Diffused light is a soft light with neither the intensity nor the glare of direct light. Scattering in many different directions, diffused light is spread over and reflected around objects, and does not cast harsh shadows. Click here to view … Continue reading

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Downtown Indy’s Circa Apartments

“Polycarbonate Creates Private Outdoor Spaces” Owner/Architect: Milhaus Development, Indianapolis, IN Installer: Milhaus Construction, Indianapolis, IN Polycarbonate: SABIC Polymershapes, Indianapolis, IN & AmeriLux International, De Pere, WI History meets modern-contemporary in this 265-unit redevelopment of an old industrial property located in … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Polycarbonate Question

Q: Which of your products would you recommend for the interior walls and ceiling of a garage? A: PVC Liner Panels are lightweight and easy to install. The bright white panels create a pleasant work space. PVC is highly resistant … Continue reading

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GPS “Shark Tank” Challenge

“Preparing Students for Technical Careers” Last month, students in the GPS Education Partner’s Youth Apprentice program participated in a “Shark Tank” event. Working in small groups, GPS students were challenged to launch a new product from concept to production. Styled … Continue reading

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