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CMC Gum Powder

1.5 star rating (2 reviews)
$8.95 USD
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Item# 91301
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Product Features
  • Mix this medium with powder frit to form 3D fused accents
  • Works with any color and COE of powder frit
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Product Description
Achieve multiple effects in your fused art. Mix with water to get the proper consistency, then add powder frit of your choice. Versatile powder can be mixed to use for writing and drawing, or to be extruded through cake decorating tips to create dimensional leaves or other embellishments. Includes instruction sheet and Delphi Firing Tips - to view instructions now, see the User Manual posted with additional images. 1/4 lb.

Step-by-Step (see images below):
1.) Stir gum powder with water and allow to set. Mix in glass powder frit of your choice.
2.) Place mixture in pastry bag. Extrude onto a non-stick surface and allow to dry. Fuse accents.
3.) Arrange fired accents on pre-fired project and tack fuse to bond together.

Finished waterfall project by Delphi Artist Kayleigh McGrath. Final action image shown from Beginning Fritography DVD (#4799D) Michael Dupille uses CMC to create dimensional details.
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2 out of 5 stars
2 stars cmc gum powder By on
Pros : this is neet stuff when put with powder frit
Cons : doesn't work weel with larger sized frit
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1 stars CMC powder By on
Pros : None
Cons : Sorry, but I was totally disappointed with this product. It is not food grade and has impurities which affects the color of fused glass. When mixed would not completely dissolve in the hot water and sill didn't dissolve when microwaved.
Other Thoughts : This is not the product used in "When The Frit Hits The Fan". It should be white and pure food grade.
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Meet Michael Dupille- Glass Artist and Guest Instructor
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Delphi Glass is pleased to welcome guest instructor Michael Dupille. Michael will be teaching two classes this May and June at the Delphi Creativity Center in Lansing, MI. Get to know this innovative glass artist and be inspired by his techniques. See a collection of his works on our Pinterest board. Michael is considered a pioneer in the field of kiln formed glass and has created many of the working processes and techniques which are considered standard in the warm glass industry today. Artist Bio A Seattle resident, he has worked in art his entire career as both creator and educator. Experienced in a variety of media including animation, illustration, print and textile design, he continues to challenge himself through invention and innovation. Michael was part of the glass blowing program at Central Washington University in the early 70’s. Since the late 1980s he has worked extensively with glass, having
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