Why should I choose cast acrylic over extruded?
Casting yields a harder and sturdier product than extruding; cast acrylic is less likely to bend, chip, or melt during milling. Cast acrylic has excellent optical properties, and offers outstanding resistance to long-term sun exposure or weathering. Cast acrylic rods and tubes are also not susceptible to the ridges that can often be seen along the length of extruded rods and tubes. The process of casting acrylic rods and tubes is more labor-intensive than extrusion, resulting in a higher-quality product that is thoroughly inspected at each stage of manufacturing.
What certifications do your products have?
All cast acrylic manufactured by US Cast is certified to the standards set forth in ASTM D5436.
For a copy of our materials certification, click here.
For a copy of ASTM D5436, click here.
For a copy of our RoHS statement, click here.
For a copy of our REACH statement, click here.
For a copy of our Prop 65 and Conflict Minerals statement, click here.
What are your shipping and return policies?
Customers can choose to ship via customer-owned accounts or pre-pay and add. Shipping is FOB our loading dock.
US Cast assumes no liability for loss or damage that occurs after product leaves our warehouse. Customers may choose to increase the declared value of their shipment at additional cost to the customer.
US Cast accepts returns of product in the original packaging and in the condition in which it was shipped within 10 days of receipt of product.
For our complete shipping and return policy, click here.