JR's Custom Acrylics - Custom built acrylic displays

Important information before ordering your acrylic display case

SIZING YOUR CASE: Determine the size you need the case to be and if you want a base or not. Provide the dimensions and if you need any other customizations made to the case. NOTE: Due to liability, I do NOT build acrylic aquariums or boxes to contain liquids.

PAYMENT METHODS: I can accept PayPal, credit cards, checks or money orders. Checks or money orders must clear before any work begins.

FABRICATION TIME & SHIPPING: I'll estimate the fabrication time on your order. It may ship within a week but can be longer depending on my workload or larger projects. Acrylic cases are carefully packed and insured for transport. NOTE: Due to shipping size limitations, the sum of the length width and height must not exceed 60 inches (L+W+H=60"). This doesn't apply to cases with a flat profile such as box frames.

COST OF CUSTOM ACRYLIC CASES: The cost of a custom built display case will depend on several factors including the size, material thickness and other customizations, such as if it has a base, routed parts and so forth. You should find my prices to be reasonable for the quality I deliver, however, if you're looking for bottom dollar, I encourage you to search elsewhere. I don't compete on that level nor do I want my company to be associated with “bottom dollar” quality.

SALES TERMS: Acrylic cases are built to your specifications, therefore, all sales are final. Of course, if there is a problem with your order, I will work with you to resolve the issue.

CARE OF YOUR ACRYLIC CASE: I recommend using a plastics cleaner such as Novus 1 polish. NEVER use glass cleaner, alcohol, solvents or abrasive cleaners on the case. Novus 2 can be used to remove small scratches. Additional instructions are supplied with your new case.

QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP: Joinery is clear with a machine finished edge and a light polish. NO saw marks or chips. You receive a quality product!

ACRYLIC MATERIAL: Acrylic is a type of plastic material that became commercially available in the mid 1930's. Due to its high transparancy, it is used in lighted signs, safety glazing, museum vitrines, retail store displays and many other uses. It is marketed under several brand names such as Plexiglas (one "s"), Lucite, Acrylite, Optix, Perspex, etc.

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