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2 Superior Quality Bits at 1 Low Price
Finest Grinder Bit for Your Most Delicate Work
Diamond Coating Guaranteed Not to Peel!
Doubled Plated for Longer Product Life
Large 18MM Abrasive Height for Uniformed Grinding
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This item: Twofer Grinding Bits - 1" Ultra Fine by Aanraku Studios
Two Superior Quality Bits at One Value Price
Aanraku's Twofers Grinder Bits offer superior quality at a low-cost. The diamond abrasive grinding surface is double plated for strength, durability and long life. It's large 18mm bit height gives you a larger grinding surface, designed to maximize bite and allows for the uniform grinding. Diamond coating guaranteed not to peel!
Ultra fine bit is ideal for delicate glass, such as dichroic, mirror and antique, to prevent chipping. Also an excellent edge finisher for fusing pieces. Bits fit most glass grinders. Ultra fine diamond mesh grit of 600.
Here at Delphi, we love a good reason to celebrate. With the Holiday Season still looming weeks away, we were feeling anxious for a bit of excitement now. The good news? There are lots of lesser known “holidays” scattered throughout the year if you only look for them. (September includes a favorite of ours; National Talk Like a Pirate Day.) We needed another zany mood boost to get us through… That’s how we found this gem It’s National Pet Peeve Week. In honor of this "holiday" we thought long and hard about what really gets under our skin and pushes our buttons while working on projects. Check out our top glass art pet peeves, and the simple solutions sure to put a smile back on your face. Pet Peeve Disappearing Marker Lines Solution Mark Stay II saves the day. Just
Raise your hands if you are totally psyched about what is happening in today’s arts and crafts world. In true Arnold Horshack form “OOOOOOHHHHH. OOOOOOHHHHH. OOOOOOHHHHH. ” What has gotten me so excited - the rise of Mixed Media Collage. I have a confession to make, even though I work mainly in the art glass world - I am so the closet Mixed Media Collage junkie. No wonder, my love of combining tiny pieces of tesserae to create mosaics translates perfectly to combining layers of mixed media to create a similar effect. Mixed Media Collage brings so many techniques together to create wonderful masterpieces. It’s all about the layering and composition. And it teaches us so much about what looks “right” and what doesn’t. Now mind you, I said I was a junkie, not an expert. But I would like to share with you my addiction and the method to
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