Store Location and Hours FAQ

Q: What are your store hours?

A: We are open Monday – Friday 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., closed on Sunday.

Q: Where are you located?

A: Our address is 315 Church Street New York, NY 10013. Our cross streets are Lispenard and Walker Street. We are 1-1/2 blocks south of Canal Street on Church Street.

Q: What is the closet subway to your store?

A: The A, C or E to Canal Street. The Q, N, R or W to Canal Street Station. Lastly, the 6 train to Canal Street.


Acrylic FAQ

Q: What is the difference between cast and extruded acrylic?

A: Most acrylic sheet is manufactured by either extrusion or cell casting.  The benefits to cell casting are small minimums and a higher molecular weight.  This results in a slightly better chemical resistance, heat resistance and clarity.  The disadvantages to cell cast is that thickness tolerance within a sheet can vary. Extruded sheets offer the user less fluctuation in thickness across sheet.

Q: What is the weight of acrylic per square foot?

A: Please see below.

1/16” (0.060”): 0.35 Lb./SF

1/8” (0.118”): .70 Lb./SF

3/16” (0.177”): 1.10 Lb./SF

¼” (0.220”): 1.35 Lb./SF

3/8” (0.354”): 2.37 Lb./SF

½” (0.472”): 3 Lb./SF

¾” (0.708”): 4.5 Lb./SF

1” (0.944”): 6 Lb./ SF

Q: Is acrylic true to thickness?

A: No, acrylic is not true to thickness.  Please see below.

Cast Acrylic Tolerances

1/16”: 1.5mm/0.060” Minimum/Maximum: 0.033”-0.084”

1/8”: 3mm/0.118” Minimum/Maximum: 0.078”-0.148”

3/16”: 4.5mm/0.177” Minimum/Maximum: 0.134”-0.204”

¼”: 5.6mm/0.220” Minimum/Maximum: 0.170”- 0.25”

3/8”: 9mm/0.354” Minimum/Maximum: 0.289”- 0.389”

½”: 12mm/0.472” Minimum/Maximum: 0.397”-0.507”

¾”: 18mm/0.708” Minimum/Maximum: 0.619”-0.749”

1”: 24 mm/0.944” Minimum/Maximum: 0.833”-0.993”

Extruded Acrylic Tolerances

1/16”: 1.5mm/0.060” Minimum/Maximum: 0.054”-0.066”

1/8”: 3mm/0.118” Minimum/Maximum: 0.106”-0.130”

3/16”: 4.5mm/0.177” Minimum/Maximum: 0.168”-0.186”

¼”: 5.6mm/0.220” Minimum/Maximum: 0.209”- 0.231”

3/8”: 9mm/0.354” Minimum/Maximum: 0.336”- 0.372”

½”: 12mm/0.472” Minimum/Maximum: 0.448”-0.496”

¾”: 18mm/0.708” Minimum/Maximum: 0.673”-0.743”

1”: 24 mm/0.944” Minimum/Maximum: 0.897”-0.991”

Q: What is the working temperature of acrylic?

A: Acrylic can be used at temperatures from -30 degrees up to 190 degrees Fahrenheit.  At 190 degrees Fahrenheit acrylic will start to soften or lose its physical properties.

Q: What thicknesses of acrylic do you carry?

A: We carry 1/16”, 1/8”, 3/16”, ¼”, 3/8”, ½”, ¾”, 1”, 1-1/4”, 1-1/2”, 2” and 3” thick acrylic.

Q: What size sheets of acrylic do you carry?

A: A standard size sheet is 4’ x 8’. Dependent upon the color and thickness of acrylic we also carry 5’ x 8’, 6’ x 8’ and 4’ x 10’ sheet sizes.


Cut to size and Custom Fabrication FAQ

Q: Do you cut acrylic to size and shape?

A: Yes, we custom cut acrylic to size and shape.  You just have to let us know your specifications. If you’d like to get a quote or place an order for our custom cutting services send us an email info@ttplasticland.com.

Q: Do you fabricate acrylic?

A: Yes, we fabricate a large variety of acrylic products. Some examples are pedestals, waterfall tables, display cases, frames, pop displays etc. We fabricate to your specifications. If you’d like to get a quote or place an order for our fabricating services send us an email info@ttplasticland.com.

Q: Do you offer laser cutting?

A: Yes, we offer precision laser cutting and engraving with our in-house laser cutting machine. If you’d like to get a quote or place an order for our laser cutting services send us an email info@ttplasticland.com.

Q: What is the lead time for custom laser, fabrication and cutting services?

A: Lead time is dependent upon our workflow and the scope of the order.

New Location - T & T Plastic Land

We’re excited to announce that after 18 years in Tribeca, T&T Plastic Land will be moving to 342 Herzl Street Brooklyn, NY 11212 on October 4th, 2021.
T&T will be offering an array of new services to expand and help our current client base. That will include CNC routing, and in-house delivery. Other services will be implemented over the next year.

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