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The problem with float glass is the unknown COE and temperatures for that particular glass. Unfortunately with this type of glass, it is trial and error to find out what will work. You could try holding
Are all of the glass pieces cut from the same piece of glass? If they are, try putting a few scrap of the glass around the edges to allow trapped are to escape and to help keep the edges even. Since
Hi Denise... There are several reasons glass will crack when fusing. It sounds like you are exposing the glass to cool air on your firing up process. I would not vent the kiln. Keep the ramp temperature
You would need to test these various glasses to find out which ones are compatible. Just because they fuse together in the kiln doesn't mean that your project was successful. The only way to find out
You will need to be sure that the metal and glass are both hot at the time of doing using the torch. Any type of glass can be used, but if you are going to mix your glass then you need to be sure that
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