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This page is to show the differences of my two clock face productions (gloss & satin).

The left image is the gloss clear Lexan and that will no longer be produced. The right image is the milk-white Lexan. The main difference are; the Clear Lexan has the graphics reverse printed on the back side. The Milk-white Lexan is direct printed on the front, when handled and viewed in the raw, it has a satin finish. Once installed and back lighted, you can't tell the difference except I think the graphics are a bit better. I made close-up views of both so one can see the differences  but the satin finish does not really show much difference. Below are the close-ups anyway (I make another photo attempt later).


Gloss close up


Satin Close-up

The above images were taken with no back-light and clock "bubblel" lens removed.... yes I changed the graphics a bit on the satin clock face (black all theway to edge. I have only one of the gloss version left.

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