Also, does anyone know if I would need to use printer ink toner to see the lines, or is there a way I can connect a Van de Graff generator to the acrylic to run a voltage through it so that LED lights would be enough to show off the effect? Or, is there no way to get a good enough reaction to see without ink toner without using a particle accelerator on the acrylic?
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Very cool effect but I've only seen it in solid acrylic blocks and thick acrylic panels. Once created the lines are permanent. They're considered works of art: