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Video Lesson: Beating Bubbles

beating bubblesNow available to subscribers: Bubbles of trapped air are a perfectly natural phenomenon when working with kilnformed glass, and small champagne bubbles are a common feature in many pieces.

But in some situations larger bubbles form. These can interrupt patterns in the design and, at their most extreme, even become a safety hazard.

In this lesson, you will learn what causes large bubbles and ways to help prevent them. We'll also cover ways to minimize bubbles in general.

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