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60/40 blend stays in a liquid stage longer, giving you more time to produce smooth solder seams
Convenient 1 lb spool
Frequently Bought Together
This item: Canfield 60/40 Solder - 1 lb. by Canfield Technologies
Glass artists need a very specific mix of alloys in their solder to get a smooth and clean bead on their work. Anything else is difficult and sometimes impossible to work with. 60/40 stays in a liquid stage longer, giving you more time to produce smooth solder seams. It also melts at a lower temperature than 50/50 and is popular among beginners as well as experienced crafters. Convenient 1 lb. spools.
60% TIN / 40% LEAD STAINED GLASS SOLDER: For use on copper foil seams and lead came seams. Offers superior flow over 50/50 with more flow per inch than 50/50. Melting temperature: 361° - 376°F.
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
For the last several months, Delphi has been collecting feedback from its fans in preparation for shooting a new series of How-To videos. Topics include everything from How to Remove the Blow Pipe from a Glaskolben Ornament to How to Do Easy Decorative Soldering Techniques. Nineteen videos were shot in total, at the Lansing Creativity Center, with the help of Delphis expert instructors. The videos are now part of Delphis ever-expanding video library of more than 155 videos. They can be viewed on Delphis YouTube channel or on Delphis Art Glass TV video section of the website. View complete video library, sort by crafts or search for specific topics to play, watch and learn today. Do you have ideas for future Delphi videos? Let us know in the comments section below.
Heres our list of 5 Favorite New Items from the May 2012 edition of Stained Glass News. 1. “Hot, Hot, Hot” by Christine Stewart Celebrated glass artist Christine Stewart brings us a long-anticipated new title. In her signature mosaic style she serves up 18 projects ranging from fused glass dinnerware to stunning mosaic wall art created with fused inclusions. 2. “Inspired” by Frankye Cartner and Suzy Huber This stained glass pattern portfolio contains 16 designs for panels in a variety of themes. Each project includes recommendations for using wire, bevels or other accents, and a suggested enlargement size. Projects are certain to provide a fun challenge for beginners and intermediate artists alike. 3. Assembling 3D art just got easier with Handy Wedges These simple non-slip foam rubber blocks offer the perfect solution when you find yourself in need of another set of hands. The triangular shape lends itself to supporting