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About material to use between plexiglass and heat resistance glass?

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Hello,

I need help about my project,

I made an induction cooker with my own coil and I made a plate by made of plexiglass to put this coil on. And I ordered a heat resistance glass plate to put on coil and I want to cover the sides of this cooker, Which material can be used here ?
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Thanks for help
 

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Apart from coil heat disspipation, thermal radition from the heat resistant glass mut be expected to heat the plexiglass bottom considerably. Are you sure that it can stand the situation?
 

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Apart from coil heat disspipation, thermal radition from the heat resistant glass mut be expected to heat the plexiglass bottom considerably. Are you sure that it can stand the situation?
Yeah sure ,because the coil will heat the pot only and because of heat resistance it wont give the heat under that glass.

And What can use in space for covering?
 

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I would consider glass, or pyrex, a considerable safety hazzard. If it shattered, sharp shards of glass will go flying.
 

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