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Flameworking and Kilnforming

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Flameworking and Kilnforming

Postby Chris_Petrauskas » Fri Feb 12, 2016 11:49 am

Watch the Lesson at:

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Re: Flameworking and Kilnforming

Postby Twin Vision Glass » Sat Feb 13, 2016 5:25 pm

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My twin and I love to share pieces and she will flame work beads in Bullseye and I will add to my sculptural forms or in other ways. She loves how the reactive glasses create amazing colour ranges and we will add flame worked pieces to Waxes and cast them. Flame working with Bullseye adds a whole new way to create.
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Re: Flameworking and Kilnforming

Postby jen » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:24 pm

I watched the video and started my journey into glass with lampwork but used COE 104 glass. Would that be compatible to fuse with COE 90 glass I am using now for fusing?
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Re: Flameworking and Kilnforming

Postby marykaynitchie » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:45 am

No, we absolutely recommend against combining your 104 glass with Bullseye glass. If you combine those glasses, if it doesn't break in the kiln during firing or annealing, it could break on your table, either soon or months from now.

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