PMMA (Polymethyl Methacrylate, Acrylic)
In the 1930s, PMMA was developed as a kind of paint. Injection-molded PMMA appeared in 1937. The favorite variety is plexiglass, a safe replacement of traditional glasses. PMMA is endurable and transparent. It is the best choice for products requiring a long lifespan. PMMA burns slowly, without fog or gas.
PMMA is often used in lighting and optical transmission products, such as car taillights, display screens, and windows.