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Fusing Photo Paper - 10 Pack

$17.95 USD
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Product Features
  • Use to easily turn any picture into a memorable piece of art
  • Transfer photographs, or any pre-printed design, onto your glass art
  • Memories will be preserved in glass in a gorgeous sepia tone
  • High quality water-slide fusing photo paper. Ten 8-1/2" x 11" sheets.
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Product Description
Easily Turn Any Picture into A Memorable Piece of Art
Customize your glass art with this high quality water-slide fusing photo paper. You can easily transfer photographs, or any pre-printed design, onto your glass art and your memories will forever be preserved in glass in a gorgeous sepia tone. Pack contains ten 8-1/2" x 11" sheets.

Delphi Technical Tips:
  • Paper only works with black and white laser printers with an iron oxide based toner.
  • Heat up your printer first by running 6 or 7 test prints on regular paper.
  • Use on light colored glass for better contrast.

    Lisa Parks created the keepsakes below from a cherished photograph. Cat tile created by Roy Kapp.

    Shown below are the simple steps of selecting an image, printing on the fusible photo paper, and the finished project after the design was transferred to glass and fired.

    The image of the necklace comes from Terrie Banhazl's instructional book (item# 6009).

    Find project ideas with detailed step-by-step instruction, FAQ's and list of compatible printers in "Fusing Images on Glass 2nd Edition" book #6009.
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    5 out of 5 stars
    5 stars Perfect Results on 1st Try By on
    Pros : Easy to use
    Cons : Can't do color
    Other Thoughts : Bought a MICR (check-printing) toner cartridge for my printer to get correct iron content. Check online to see if there is one available for your printer. Most of the newer laser printers don't have the required iron content in their regular cartridges, but the MICR cartridges need the iron to enable them to be machine-processed. Fired above tack fuse, but below full fuse. 200 deg. ramp to 1100, hold for 20 min., ramp at 500 deg. to 1325, hold for 10 min., drop to 950 and hold for an hour, then 100 deg/hr to 700 deg. Nice deep brown image on flat glass, did not cap it, will probably try fusemaster over-glaze to protect it. Slumped into a wavy dish shape at 200 deg/hr to 1000 deg. then 500 deg/hr to 1280, soak for 20 min., drop to 950 and hold for 1 hour, then 100 deg/hr to 700. Slumped perfectly and did not distort image.
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    5 stars Fusing photo paper By on
    Pros : I love this paper, you can make pictures permanent
    Cons : It's always brown
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    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    4 stars Takes some experimenting By on
    Pros : Great for pictures or graphics. Easy to use.
    Cons : Not good for projects that need full fuse or draping. Slumping results are very good if the shapes are not too severe. Fusing above 1350°F will degrade or burn off the image. Also, the movement of liquid glass deforms the image.
    Other Thoughts : The picture seems to lighten as the temperature goes up. My best results were fusing to about 1300°F-1350°F. Use only a black and white image for printing. If using a color picture, make sure it has good contrast. Use on light colored glass. When fused uncapped, the image will turn a light sepia tone. Capped, the image is more reddish or auburn. If using the HP1020 printer, set the paper setting type to "Heavy" and run 4 to 5 sheets on regular paper right before printing on the photo paper to ensure the printing temperature will "fix" properly the iron oxide to the photo paper. Take the glass temperature up slowly to about 1100°F and then soak for about 20 minutes to burn off the binder material. Then ramp the heat to a max of about 1300°F - 1350°F, depending on the kind of project being done. Have had excellent results on flat pieces and in slumping plates.
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    Giving an incredible handmade gift can be easy, and doesnt have to take much time from your busy holiday schedule. This season, design a keepsake plate and take advantage of the firing time to whip up some cookies in the kitchen for a special gift that will last beyond the last scrumptious bite. 5 tips for creating quick plates 1. Apply wash to your mold before getting started on your fused design. This will allow plenty of time for multiple coats to dry before it is time to slump. 2. Using two pre-cut circles (available in 90 COE or 96 COE) as the base of your plate makes it the right thickness for a full fuse, so you can focus on adding details instead of cutting glass. 3. Fusible pre-cut shapes (available in 90 COE or 96 COE) and millefiori (available in 90 COE or 96 COE) make creating fast.
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