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Clear acrylic frames for ideal for photograph and artwork.

Clear acrylic looks like glass, is extremely strong and lightweight - it's virtually unbreakable.

Frames from clear acrylic  can be ordered with the holes for fixings pre-drilled as you need, so they arrive ready for you to sandwich your artwork between the two pieces and hang.

Choose the fixings you prefer - screws with covers give a flat finish to the wall. Some of our customers prefer the frame to be mounted flat to the wall and others prefer to use the stand-off fixings.Alternatively  use your own wall fixings - just let us know what size hole you need drilled to allow the fixing to pass through - make sure your drilled hole is a little larger than the screw that is going to pass through it, to allow for expansion and contraction of the material.  

If you would like to have a border around the photographs to allow the fixings not to overlap the images you are displaying, simply measure your image and add the size of your required border on to this measurement. Remember that you’ll need two border widths on each dimension.

For the fixings to be in the centre of the free space around your artwork add a 50mm border all the way round i.e. 100mm to each dimension (length and width). The minimum border to prevent the fixings overlapping the artwork would be 35mm i.e. 70mm to each dimension.

Some of our customers prefer their artwork to come all the way to the edge of the frame as one of these photographs shows. If this is the case, the acrylic should be ordered the exact size of the image. Don’t forget that if you require drilled holes for wall fixings, you will need to make a hole through your photographs or artwork to allow the fixing to pass through.

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