What's the difference between kilncasting and a hot pour? | Bullseye

What's the difference between kilncasting and a hot pour?



a kilncast piece begins cold and is heated to process temperatures, whereas a hot pour is molten glass poured into a mold

Kilncasting involves casting glass into a mold that's in a kiln. A hot pour involves ladling molten glass from a furnace and pouring it into a mold that may or may not be in a kiln.

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