CAD computer aided design equipment

CAD Computer aided design equipment


We offer full CAD (computer aided design) cutting. Our two head, three axis, computer controlled router can cut parts up to five by ten feet. The actual coverage of the "Z" router head is: 125.750" (X) by 62.375" (Y) by 6.0" (vertical).

We manufacture signs, machine components, displays, architectural details, tooling patterns and more.

We cut MDF, poly carbonate, acrylic, sign foam, Gator foam, and Sintra.

Our equipment is particularly well suited for programming and cutting complex shapes. We can duplicate almost any part you're currently making by conventional shop methods, however, our process will save you time and money!

For further ease, we can import your items data from CAD files in DXF or DWG format or CNC program files for any G code format machine.

Please call for more information, or fax a drawing of your item for quotation.

MPD Acrylics proudly provides customers with a broad range of plastic and acrylic sign-holders, slat wall trays/bins, display easels, and other custom-fabricated products.
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Manufacturing Process

Step 1: Raw Materials

The acrylic display fabrication process begins with full 4’ x 8’ sheets of acrylic material.

Step 2: Cutting the Acrylic
The second step of the acrylic display fabrication process involves cutting the material down to a size that is a little more manageable for us...

Step 3: Bending the Pieces

The third step of the acrylic process is the actual bending or forming of the shape of the finished product.

Step 4: Gluing the Assembly

The fourth step of the acrylic fabrication process is joining the finished pieces together.

Step 5: Packaging

The final step of the acrylic display fabrication process is getting your order to you in one piece.