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    Re: � � � Re: Doug Royer's Artificial Horizon
    From: Jared Sherman
    Date: 2005 Feb 25, 16:26 -0500

    You can easily get acrylic (plexi) sheet up to 1" thick, although getting
    colors or specials that thick often requires buying a whole 4x8 foot sheet
    from a distributor. But mirrored plexi is usually intended to be used with
    the mirroring on the "back" side, which means a 3/8" thick piece of mirrored
    plexi is liekly to give you a double image, from both surface of the plexi.
    At that point it is probably more effective to use black opaque plexi, and
    have the use of either surface, whichever is less scratched.

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