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Video Lessons: Drilling Small Holes in Glass & Programming the Sentry Xpress 4.0

Video Lesson: Drilling Small Holes in Glass

Drilling Small Holes in Glass (subscription required)

Knowing how to drill small holes in glass opens up many design options for kilnformed works, whether they're strung, worn, connected, or suspended.

In this lesson, you'll learn how to set up a drilling station, how to mark and drill holes in different kinds of glass, and how and why to use a second bit to flare the hole.

Video Lesson: Programming the Sentry Xpress 4.0

Programming the Sentry Xpress 4.0 (FREE)

The Sentry Xpress 4.0 is a three-key controller manufactured by Orton Ceramic. It's found on many kilns, including Paragon's BenchTop-16 and Caldera. It can be configured to program in Fahrenheit or Celsius. We'll be working in Fahrenheit.

In this lesson, we'll cover how to enter a basic program, as well as some commonly used programming options.

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