Effects of moderate biaxial stretch-forming on tensile and crazing properties of acrylic plastic glazing

B. M. Axilrod, M. A. Sherman, V. Cohen, I. Wolock
Oct 1952

The effects of approximately 50-percent biaxial stretch-forming on the tensile and crazing properties of polymethyl-methacrylate were investigated. The materials used were commercial cast polymethyl-methacrylate sheets, nominally. 0.15 inch thick, of both general-purpose and heat-resistant grades.

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