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Silberschnitt helps you cleanly break even the most dramatic score lines
Imported from Germany premium quality glass tool
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This item: Silberschnitt Running Pliers by Bohle
The patented design of these running pliers helps you cleanly break even the most dramatic scores. The upper jaw of the plier can be adjusted to match the score, so you can break out inner curves and even the smallest glass strips precisely and without splintering. Durable and strong, these aluminum pliers will safely break glass up to 5mm. Take the stress out of your glass cutting with these amazing running pliers!
Bohle has made quality art glass tools since 1923; crafted in Germany. Due to importation costs, price and availability subject to change.
Part 2 of a 2 part series on the basics of glass fusing. In this weeks article Donna gives advice on indispensable tools for beginner glass fusers. In the beginning, I used one larger tool, and that was a Super Star Grinder. It is still running, running, running. Others have come, and some have gone, but this one is still here. For smaller cold working projects, diamond hand pads do a nice job. The next cutting tool that I bought was a saw. My Taurus 3 Ring Saw has worked extremely well for me, and I love what I can do with it that I couldnt do before, but I worked for 2 years before I purchased this nifty item. As for cutters and breakers, I have many, but for me, the Silberschnitt breaker pliers are a must for small (1/4") strip breaking.....saves so much glass. I use both plastic
Thanks to a wide assortment of patterns, molds and instruction, it’s easy for hobbyists to make Tiffany style lampshades. We should mention right away that when we refer to Tiffany Style Lamps, we’re talking about lamps that are made on a mold (or form… the terms are interchangeable). If a mold isnt needed, the lamp would be considered a Flat Panel Lamp. Making Tiffany style lamps is actually quite similar to making stained glass windows. The main difference is that after you’ve cut and foiled the pieces for your lamp, you solder them together on a mold, instead of on a flat surface. This is what gives the lamp its rounded shape. Most of the pieces in a Tiffany lamp need to be quite small to conform to the rounded mold. That’s why this type of shade, by its nature, has a considerable number of pieces. Most popular designs have