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    Professionally drilling and tapping of acrylic

    The drilling and tapping of acrylic and other plastics are among the fabrications that PyraSied can carry out, both for serial projects and for one-offs. From simply drilling a few holes to large series orders.

    Drilling / tapping quality from PyraSied

    When drilling and tapping acrylic and other plastics, it is important to drill in stages. In addition, the material must be clamped on a flat surface. This is important to prevent the material from breaking at the drill holes. Drilling deserves some care and patience, this ensures the best result.

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    Frequently Asked Questions
    What information do you need to prepare a quote?

    PyraSied provides fabrications for all professional customers who use our materials in their idea or project. It is possible to request a personal quote through our sales department (sales@pyrasied.nl). To prepare a suitable offer, we need the following information:

    • The chosen material and the required thickness
    • Desired edge-finishing
    • Dimensions and amount
    • A digital drawing or example with shapes and sizes (.dwg, .dxf, .ai)

    Our sales staff will then proceed with the request. To speed up the process, we would like to receive what the wishes are as extensively as possible. Our sales department usually answers all incoming requests within 48 hours. Every customer receives a personal quote.

    How long does it take to receive a quote?

    Our sales department usually answers within 48 hours on workdays.

    I would like to drill your material myself. Do you have tips for me?
    • Make sure that you are having a clean and even surface so that the material does not break by the pressure of the drill
    • Lock the material in or lay it down somewhere where it cannot streak/slip away
    • Drill in steps and drill slowly (especially the last part) to avoid breaking the material
    • Leave on the protective film on both sides while drilling