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Securely support your Pot Melt molds with ease
7" x 14" span fits 15" kilns while giving room for large projects
An Easy Way to Support Your Pot Melt Molds
No more balancing your pot melt molds! Durable ceramic support perfectly fits Delphi pot melt molds. Simply set the pot melt support on top of your kiln posts (sold separately). This design enables you to have your pot melt secured safely without blocking any of the mold. The pot melt support measure 7" x 14", a perfect fit for Delphi EZ-Pro 15-6 and larger kilns. Not intended for use in table top kilns.
To learn more about setting up your Pot Melt Mold, watch the video "How to Set Up a Pot Melt", or find other valuable fusing tips on Art Glass TV. A Delphi Exclusive!
Pros : My kiln has a round 15" chamber that is 6" high. The pot melt support fit easily inside my kiln! Sturdy support for my pot plus 3 lbs of glass. I love the beveled hole, makes my bowl nestle down and stay put. I am very happy with this item!
If youre like most fusing artists, you like to try new things all the time. Pot melts – fantastic. Raking – amazing. Boiled glass – stunning. Wait....whats boiled glass? Boiled glass is the hottest new way to get a stunning organic looking design in your fused art. Each piece will be completely unique, and is effortless to achieve. 1. Select several (3-4) pieces of tested compatible fusible glass to use. Both 90 COE and System 96 work well. We recommend using strong, contrasting colors with a layer of white or clear to help keep colors bright. 2. Cut glass pieces to size. Important note Glass likes to be ¼" thick when fused. Because your project will be stacked more than ¼" thick, it will spread out during firing. Either dam the glass to prevent it from reaching the edges of your shelf, or cut glass small enough to ensure a
Im always looking for ways to use my scrap, so I decided to give the round screen melt set a try. I had mixed feelings about it, because I made the mistake of not following the fusing schedule, and tried to wing it with my pre-programmed kiln. Despite the error of my ways, I ended up with some very pretty glass using two colors of opal art glass scraps. With my screen melt complete, I used a Sharpie pen to trace out my images, and began cutting them with my Taurus 3 Ring Saw. Once I finished the shapes, I put the pendants and purse hangars back in my skutt Firebox 14 kiln, for a fire polish on the slow tack fuse. Some got bails, some wire wrapping, and the others were epoxied to purse hangers. Looking back, If you follow the Delphi directions labeled as "users manual" in the
Yellow, red and sizzling orange are three of summer 2011’s hottest colors. These colors are stunning in glass. In fact, red has always been a coveted color in stained glass, and remains one of Delphi’s best-selling hues. According to Jaymes Richardson of Civility Design (www.civilitydesign.com) for HGTV, "When you have accents of red, it draws attention to other things you might not even notice in the room," Richardson says. "The whole idea is to entice, intrigue [and] invite without clubbing you over the head and dragging you in." Red and orange are great colors for art glass accents like candleholders, bowls, vases, sculptures, etc. And yellow glass accessories are great for brightening a room with little sunlight. Create a pendant lamp in yellow or red for a dramatic pop of color. David Bromstad, host of Color Splash on HGTV says, "Hot" colors like reds and oranges will energize you and