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Order in which to do things

Postby suzannajoliat » Mon Sep 17, 2012 1:01 pm

Hello everybody!
I'm new here.
My question is the following: my glass work project requires that I patch work different pieces in somewhat a Tiffany manner. My question is not relating to the patching process but to preparing the pieces for the patching.

The end product will be not be flat but curved, leading to a final tubular shap.
So my question is the fallowing: once I have made my glass sheets to the color I whish, should I first slump or first cut?
The end pieces will have to be quite precisely the right size as they will be set in a prefabricated metal structure.
Hope to hear from your soon
Have a good day!
Suzanna
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