acrylic mirror gold 3 mm (MS0145)

acrylic mirror gold 3 mm
width (mm) height (mm) prijs (€)
300 150 €7.19
210 297 €8.95
300 300 €11.49
600 300 €22.98
600 600 €45.97
1200 300 €42.14
900 600 €63.21
1200 600 €76.62
Prices are including 21% vat and excluding cutting costs
Machine dimensions


Also known asperspex
Thickness3.0 mm
Thickness tolerance±0.70 mm
Kerf width0.15 mm
Density1190 kg/m3
Protective Foildefault

Laser-cut mirrors, not visibly distinguishable from glass mirrors, have countless applications.

Acrylic mirrors are made of a transparent acrylic carrier with a mirrored backing. The mirrors are crystal-clear and free of wrinkles, creating a flawless mirror image. Acrylic mirrors are available in a natural look (silver mirror) as well as gold mirror.

Peter Bruyn penning 2016 award. Layers of black, white and gold mirror acrylic are stacked. The gold acrylic plate is engraved with the name of the award winner. Design: Thijs Kelder


Typical applications: Thanks to the versatility of this material, it can be used to make mirrors in any shape or pattern, or even mirrored sculptures. It is used to create eye-catching displays and advertising billboards, and of course for lamps and lighting applications.

Finishing: The material does not require any additional finishing. The visible side has protective film, while the other side is grey or white.
When using acrylic, be aware that it is sensitive to scratching. A soft cloth can be used for cleaning but make sure never to use abrasive cleaning detergents or a scouring sponge. Any scratches can be polished up with a polishing agent.

Bonding: It is possible to glue acrylic, but solvent-based adhesives are not recommended for use with laser-cut parts. Acrylate is easy to attach with double-sided adhesive film.

Appearance: Mirrored acrylic is easily laser-cut. The cut edge does not discolour and the cutting process leaves no traces behind. Surface engraving is possible and usually done on the reverse side. This removes the mirrored layer where the material is engraved and the material thus becomes transparent where engraved. This results in a good contrast and a smooth front side. Line graving is also possible, also resulting in a contrasting, transparent line. Line engraving is also usually done on the reverse side of the material.