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Good for Stained Glass Projects
Good for Mosaic Projects
Good for Fusing - 96 COE
Easy to Cut
Consistent Pattern and Texture
Frequently Bought Together
This item: Spectrum Godiva Opal Art - 96 coe by Spectrum Glass
Add these dramatic swirls to your fused glass art! Use multi-color opal mixes to create spring projects full of realistic outdoor scenes of sunset skies, rolling mountains and wavy seas. Red-Orange on Firelight White. This dual-duty product is perfect for stained glass applications and is also fully heat compliant for use by the hot glass artist. 96 COE.
First image below courtesy of Spectrum Glass. The second image shows a plate created by Artist Jamie Dobson using Ribbon Plate mold #4266.
For FedEx shipping 24" x 24" glass is cut to two 12" x 24" pieces.
Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.
Pros : Easy to cut, beautiful color and pattern. Has never failed me.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : This is one of my favorite stricker glasses! If you get a piece that is more orange and yellow the fired color will be just that but darker. Same if you get a darker piece the colors darken. You will not get a true red and white from this glass.
This spring, both System 96 and Bullseye have announced the expansion of their color palettes, and both have offered up some inspired (and inspiring) new hues for your glass art. The colors capture some of the more subtle shades that appear in nature when the lighting is just right - those magic moments when the world takes your breath away. They are also the colors that appear in tremendous works of art, from memorable paintings to your next project. Let these fresh colors inspire your designs. Were proud to introduce the latest hues here NEW System 96 Blue Topaz Transparent Apple Jade Opal Hydrangea Opal Chambray Opal Paynes Gray Opal Blue Topaz Transparent mimics both the clarity and
All Glass is Fusible. Any glass will melt in a kiln when you heat it up; fusing glass successfully depends on knowing how different glasses work together. In our never-ending quest to "Make it Easy," our Delphi Experts have compiled the following pointers to help you make your next masterpiece ... in fused glass. Coefficient of Expansion A Coefficient of Expansion (COE) is simply a measurement of the rate that glass will expand and contract when it is heated and cooled. To fuse multiple pieces of glass together, its important to use glass that is compatible. Fusible glass manufacturers test their glass to guarantee the COE (sometimes referred to as "tested-compatible"). To avoid stress-cracks and breakage, it is very important to use glass that has the same COE. The two main COEs for fusible glass are 90 and 96. The main difference between the two is that 96 is generally
Go wild with System 96 fusible glass and stringer. Download the free step-by-step instructions courtesy of System 96. Download Instructions Viewing these downloadable file requires the use of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader on your system, you may download it from the Adobe web site.