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For discussion of processes related to using Bullseye glass, including kilnforming and kilncasting, torchwork, blowing and stained glass.

Bullseye technical information resources

Postby marykaynitchie » Fri Apr 30, 2010 1:20 pm

Our Forum website has become older and crankier, and now does not support new member registrations. We hope to get it repaired and updated but meanwhile, we encourage all members to join the Bullseye Glass Group on Facebook, to post any technical questions or share your recent work. The platform there is searchable, and we have a number of Bullseye staffers moderating, so you should be able to get faster responses.

Here's the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BullseyeGlassCommunity

We hope to see you there soon!

Oh, and here is a description of the group:

Let’s learn from one another! We welcome makers of all skill levels to join us in discussing topics related to using Bullseye glass: kilnforming, stained glass, mosaic, torchwork—you name it. Share questions, inspirations, and any information that could help others improve their glass techniques.

We invite members to post about techniques, projects, experiments, workshops, classes, and public exhibitions. This is not a group for promoting glass supply events, but it’s fine to help members find sources for specific Bullseye products under discussion.

We’re excited to hear what you’re doing and exploring with Bullseye––a glass for all reasons!

You can also find technical information regarding Bullseye glasses and other products on these web pages:

Education section:
http://www.bullseyeglass.com/all-methods.html

Index of free articles:
http://www.bullseyeglass.com/methods-ideas/index-of-articles.html

Index of video lessons (some free, some available by a moderately-priced subscription)
https://videos.bullseyeglass.com/index-of-videos-by-title/

About Our Glass
http://www.bullseyeglass.com/products/a ... glass.html
Click on a style number to view our notes on working with different styles and forms of Bullseye Glass.
Mary Kay Nitchie
Bullseye Glass Co.

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bit.ly/BullVideos
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