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25 Pro Tips & Techniques For Stained Glass - DVD

$18.95 USD
Item# 4791D
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Product Features

  • Learn tips and techniques from beginner to advanced
  • Learn the process from glass cutting to stained glass repair
  • Learn from veteran instructor and TV personality Joe Porcelli
  • Approximately 50 minutes

Product Description

Take A Class In Your Own Home
Get all the invaluable insider tips from Joe Porcelli in this wonderful training video. Joe's fantastic time saving tips will make any stained glass project easier and more efficient. Benefit from years of workshop experience on topics including glass cutting, foiling, and soldering tips. DVD. 50 minutes.

DVD is set to NTCS Region 1. DVD may not operate on DVD players sold outside of the United States, Canada, Bermuda and US territories.

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  •   Great for beginners
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Pros : I bought this wanting to learn more. I did. However, it is more suited for the beginning glass worker.
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May 27, 2012
Basic Principles of Solder 1. Solder is a tin/lead alloy with the exception of lead-free solder which is a tin-copper alloy. The 3 basic types of solder used for stained glass are 50/50 50% tin/50% lead - most commonly used in box and lamp assembly 60/40 60% tin/40% lead - most commonly used in lead and copper foil assembly 63/37 63% tin/37% lead - most commonly used for decorative soldering The higher the ratio of tin to lead, the easier to the solder will flow at lower temperatures. 2. Solder will not stick to glass alone, so each piece of glass must be wrapped in copper foil. 3. Solder needs a flux to flow smoothly and bond to other metals (i.e., copper foil or lead came). NOTE Use only solid-core solder. Never use acid or rosin core solder for