‘); //–> com.realmagnet.MagnetLeads.init(‘OrfhmQgk6sGIKGvE9vw’); com.realmagnet.MagnetLeads.visitPage(); I’m often asked for suggestions on how to get a clear routed edge finish on acrylic.  ZThis is usually an application for displays, awards, and advertising specialties where the edge of the product is exposed.  It needs to have a smooth, fully transparent, glass-like appearance.  Start with cast Acrylic.  Extruded Acrylic will have an opaque edge finish.  Cast will have a crystal clear edge, but it will cost more.  However, cast Acrylic also has the following properties that make it a more desirable material to work with:•    Thermal stability, meaning less melting and clogging of tools•    Solvent Resistance, allowing less crazing when exposed to cleaners•    More scratch resistance•    Available in more colors For best results, you should be using an HSK Tool Holder, or better, for routing this job. This tool holder provides far less chatter which means smoother results.  An rpm setting of 32,000, or higher, gives the routed finish a smooth and clear appearance.  Make sure the bit is solid carbide and made for Acrylic.  I’ve seen excellent resul...