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This item: System 96 8" Clear Glass Squares - 4 Pack
The Perfect Size for the Small Glass Studio
Pre-cut clear fusible glass squares are easy to store and even easier to work with! Add fun decoration with liquid stringer, fusing photo paper, pre-cut glass chips or a multitude of other fusible options for instant art. Incorporate squares into larger fused projects, or cut and nip them down into pieces the perfect size for jewelry. Squares measure approximately 8". Sold in packs of four. 96 COE.
CBS Dichroic Glass. Dynamic, alluring and almost magical, dichroic glass will add a new dimension to your next visual art project. Dichroic glass energizes, compels and captivates - it is an amazing material that adds color and intrigue to art glass. Dichroic creates a dazzling rainbow of colors that changes right before your eyes just view it at different angles, backgrounds and lighting. Measures 4 x 4 90 COE. Colors here are shown for black dichroic reflected. Fused dichroic below courtesy of CBS. From left to right, dichroic is shown uncapped on clear, capped on clear, capped on black and uncapped on black.
I am always trying to save my scraps, even if they are metal. I grind my glass, pin backs and bails with my dremel tool (Ive found that they stay glued together much better that way), and I started saving all of the grinding scraps. I save the sterling silver grindings in one bottle, and my gold plate with mixed metals, in another. One day, I was looking at some old green sea glass lying on the beach. I thought about folks sending notes out in a bottle, and it being found miles away, full of sand on a beach. I wondered if I could capture that idea in a pendant. When I got home I put those ground metals to use. First, I cut one square of transparent glass, then a smaller square of aqua-green transparent glass, and a tiny square of transparent glass. I sprinkled some of the
Why did you choose a 96 C.O.E.? The Spectrum line of stained glass products was formulated to the nominal 96 expansion long before we elected to manufacture a Tested Compatible line for kilnforming and other Hot-Glass work. We chose the 96 Expansion because it facilitates the creation of glasses with friendly forming characteristics. The wide variety of glass types we manufacture demands a formulation that has great flexibility. Because many other glassmakers, as well as suppliers of blowing batch, frit, color bars, etc., chose 96 for similar reasons, we decided to build upon this family rather than reformulate our products to the C.O.E. 90 range. Whats the difference in kilnforming at 90 and 96? Really very little. What you learn with one glass will largely apply to the other. System 96 is a lower temperature glass -- that is, it takes less time / heat for S96 products to