Acetate softens and starts to lose its form at 100C/210F. Softening is also dependent on how long the film is exposed to high temperatures. If you expose the film to a constant elevated temperature, it can lose its physical properties as well. It’s ability to soften at these temperatures makes Acetate ideal for thermoforming … Read more
Can DuraLar be thermoformed? Not really, we can not recommend any of our grades of Duralar for thermoforming applications. Because of it’s higher heat tolerance, and bi-axial crystaline structure, it is not the best choice for thermoforming applications. It’s not impossible but we don’t know many folks using DuraLar for this application.