Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner (lon) for Motorcycle Windshields, Marine Eisenglass, Headlights, Retail Displays, 3D Printers & Hot Tubs/Spas

A unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL nonporous surfaces including: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas, Lexan, Mylar, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel Repels dust while helping to protect from fingerprints & scratches Alcohol Free Ammonia Free Antistatic Nonflammable Water, based Not recommended on fabric or suede leather DO NOT use on vehicle controls such as steering wheels, handlebars, throttles, brake/gas pedals, motorcycle/personal watercraft seats, and surfaces critical to safe operation Directions: SHAKE WELL For small areas or electronics, wipe directly onto cloth, lightly covering area For best results, use a clean, dry microfiber cloth Wipe Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner until residue is removed Turn cloth over to a dry area and lightly buff the surface until all residue disappears Causes slippery surfaces which should be wiped until dry.

Product Features

  • Cleans, shines and protects, unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL nonporous surfaces leaving a smooth, shiny surface
  • Great for: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas, Lexan, Mylar, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel and much more
  • Repels dust and protects from fingerprints and scratches, ammonia and alcohol free, antistatic, streak free, non flammable, water based
  • Great for sporting goods, automotive, boats, isinglass, RVs, museums, motorcycles, trade show exhibits, windows/mirrors, countertops (polished), copiers
  • Made in the USA, trusted brand for over 40 years, high performance product preferred by professionals, economy size

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Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner (16 fl. oz.) for Motorcycle Windshields, Marine Eisenglass, Headlights, Retail Displays, 3D Printers & Hot Tubs/Spas

A unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL nonporous surfaces including: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas, Lexan, Mylar, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel Repels dust while helping to protect from fingerprints & scratches Alcohol Free Ammonia Free Antistatic Nonflammable Water, based Not recommended on fabric or suede leather DO NOT use on vehicle controls such as steering wheels, handlebars, throttles, brake/gas pedals, motorcycle/personal watercraft seats, and surfaces critical to safe operation Directions: SHAKE WELL For small areas or electronics, wipe directly onto cloth, lightly covering area For best results, use a clean, dry microfiber cloth Wipe Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner until residue is removed Turn cloth over to a dry area and lightly buff the surface until all residue disappears Causes slippery surfaces which should be wiped until dry.

Product Features

  • Cleans, shines and protects, unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL nonporous surfaces leaving a smooth, shiny surface
  • Great for: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas, Lexan, Mylar, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel and much more
  • Repels dust and protects from fingerprints and scratches, ammonia and alcohol free, antistatic, streak free, non flammable, water based
  • Great for sporting goods, automotive, boats, isinglass, RVs, museums, motorcycles, trade show exhibits, windows/mirrors, countertops (polished), copiers
  • Made in the USA, trusted brand for over 40 years, high performance product preferred by professionals, 16 FL oz. trigger spray bottle

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Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner for Motorcycle Windshields, Marine Eisenglass, Aquariums, Headlights, Retail Displays, Museums, 3D Printers and Hot Tubs/Spas. Resists Fingerprints & Dust (16 fl. oz.)

Cleans, Shines and Protects – unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL non-porous surfaces including: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas®, Lexan®, Mylar®, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel and much more. Repels dust while helping to protect from fingerprints and scratches. Environmentally friendly. Alcohol Free. Ammonia Free. Anti-Static. Non-Streak. Non-Flammable. Water-based. Great for use on: 3D Printers, Aquariums, Arena Shields, Automotive, Aviation, Cameras, Cash Registers, Copiers, Collectible Displays, Countertops (Polished), Framed Pictures, Glass Windows/Mirrors, Headlight Lenses, Helmets/Visors, Hot Tubs/Spas, Marine, Monitors, Motorcycles, Museums, RV Interiors & Exteriors, Store Displays, Stove Tops, Trade Show Exhibits, TV Screens/LCD & Plasma Not recommended on fabric or suede leather. DO NOT use on vehicle controls such as steering wheels, handlebars, throttles, brake/gas pedals, motorcycle/personal watercraft seats, and surfaces critical to safe operation. Directions: SHAKE WELL. For small areas or electronics, wipe directly onto cloth, lightly covering area. For best results, use a clean, dry microfiber cloth. Wipe Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner until residue is removed. Turn cloth over to a dry area and lightly buff the surface until all residue disappears. Causes slippery surfaces which should be wiped until dry.

Product Features

  • Cleans, Shines and Protects – unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL non-porous surfaces leaving a smooth, shiny surface.
  • Great for: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas®, Lexan®, Mylar®, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel and much more.
  • Repels dust and protects from fingerprints and scratches. Ammonia and Alcohol Free. Anti-Static. Streak Free. Non-Flammable. Water-based.
  • Great for Sporting Goods, Automotive, Boats, Eisenglass, RVs, Museums, Motorcycles, Trade Show Exhibits, Windows/Mirrors, Countertops (polished), Copiers, Collectible Displays, Arena Shields, 3D Printers, Aquariums and many more.
  • Made in USA. High performance product preferred by professionals.

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3D printing gives new lease on life to glassblowers' vintage marine masterpieces

Cutting-edge 3D-scanning and 3D-printing technology are being used to preserve the legacy of a pair of German glassblowers, Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, who documented plant and marine life more than 100 years ago.

The project sprung from the work of marine biologist and Cornell University professor Drew Harvell, who is also the curator of the Cornell’s Collection of Blaschka Invertebrate Models. Working alongside Peter Fried, a member of the department of applied physics at New York University’s school of engineering, Harvell’s project seeks to make the Blaschka models available to a wider audience.

“The marine organisms depicted were those of 100 years ago, which the Blaschkas cataloged meticulously,” Fried told Digital Trends. “Some of them are now extinct, many of them are rarely seen. It’s a snapshot of the ocean 100 years ago, giving us an insight into how things have changed since then.”

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Fried said his interest in the project came from two sources: a fascination in the Blaschka models themselves, and an interest in computer vision and the possibility of synthesizing the diminutive pieces using 3D scanning.

So far, he has scanned five of the Blaschka glass models. The image at the top of this page depicts a 3D model of the collection’s diminutive B-560. It was created using AgiSoft PhotoScan software, based on 200 photographs. A 3D print was then made at Columbia University by Professor Hod Lipson and graduate student Joni Mici, using a Stratasys J750 printer.

Fried acknowledges that the project’s 3D printing lags behind the 3D scanning due to the challenges of printing transparencies. However, it is an illustration of how a 3D printer handles 14-micron layer resolution and creates an imitation that doesn’t require post-processing techniques like sanding or painting.

Looking forward, the plan is to make 3D-printed models that can be disseminated to make the collection available to a wider audience. “These are models that are very fragile and difficult to ship as a result,” Fried said. “If you were able to get a glass-like 3D print that starts to capture the qualities of the original, it’s possible to make models that are more durable and more easily distributed.”

In the meantime, you can check out one of the stunning 3D models he created here.