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Mold Tips: Suggested Slumping Schedules

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Over the years, Bullseye's Research & Education department has gathered a vast amount of experience slumping glass in a wide variety of molds. We've collected this information into a handy new reference guide and, in keeping with our mission of providing artists with the information they need to work successfully with our products, we offer it to you at no charge.

Note that these schedules are intended as a starting point. Developing an appropriate firing cycle involves many variables: Every kiln fires differently, different glass styles vary in viscosity, and so on.

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Mold Tips: Suggested Slumping Schedules (Fahrenheit)
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Mold Tips: Suggested Slumping Schedules (Celsius)

Questions about slumping? Consider posting them to the Bullseye Forum (also free, registration required). It's a great way to tap into the advice of Bullseye technicians and experienced artists and craftspeople working in their own studios.

Also, be sure to read our Tips for Using Bullseye Slumping Molds.

Helpful Resources

Video lesson: Slumping Basics
Mold Tips: Big Bowl
Mold Tips: Cone Bowl
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Revised March 30, 2017.