CO2 to cut "Duraplex" High Impact Acrylic?

Hi all. Just wondering if anyone has any experience cutting High Impact Acrylic with a CO2 laser cutter. Namely, the “Duraplex” brand found at Home Depot. I know it’s not Lexan but, not normal acrylic. They have some 0.093" stuff that might work for a 3D printer build enclosure.

MSDS says it’s just acrylic with some styrene:
Probably will be fine.

That might be extruded, as opposed to cast, acrylic. I had a lot of problems with crazing and brittleness on the panels I made from extruded acrylic for my Zortrax printer.

Did you try it? I was just looking at this and wondering if I can cut it with my thunderlaser.