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Light weight design insulated comfort grip handle make soldering even large projects feel effortless
Built-in temerature control provides steady heat - no dials or guess work needed
The Studio Line soldering iron is a smart choice for production, studio, and classroom use. This 100 watt, lightweight design iron features a built-in temperature control, 1/4" wide 750° chisel style tip, a stay cool comfort grip insulated handle and quick change nut for easy tip changes. One year manufacturer warranty from Diamond Tech (excludes replaceable parts).
Pros : I use this iron with lead free solder and it makes a very even bead. I am surprised at how well it works without a rheostat and how fast it heats up. I have used it for a couple projects already and it has yet to let me down!
Cons : The handle does get a bit hot, but not overly so that I have to stop soldering.
Other Thoughts : I got this iron as part of a starter pack here. I would recommend it for its low price and good quality.
Pros : Good even heat without a rheostat (even though I tried one). My instructor recommended it and I've not been disappointed. I'm new at doing stained glass and this is super for the novice or the expert!
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Thanks for a great iron that I will be able to use for a long time! Great power! Even flow heat!!
Pros : This is a quality, rugged soldering iron that has the heat and the power to make soldering a little easier. It's a good price for a good iron. This iron is part of the starter kit for ALL of my stained glass students and the only one we use in our student area in our glass shop. This iron is easy to handle and the grip stays cool to the touch.
Cons : The black foam-like sleeve will come loose and slide around but a little glue at the coolest end puts it right in its place again. Slightly annoying but does not affect performance.
Other Thoughts : A great iron. Invest in your iron - you get what you pay for. You should buy it to keep it, not to change it out for something else later.
Heres our list of 5 Favorite New Items from the November 2013 edition of Stained Glass News. In addition to information packed articles, every issue of Stained Glass News features the newest items for glass artists. Read on to learn more about these exciting supplies. 1. Papyros Kiln Shelf Release Paper in Precut 13" Rounds Time seems to be in short supply these days, especially during the busy holiday season. Save time and say goodbye to wasted shelf paper with Papyros Precuts. The convenient 13" round pieces are die-cut to fit your 14" – 16" kiln, so youll never be stuck trimming shelf paper when youd rather be cutting glass and creating. Each piece offers the full benefits of this favorite kiln liner – it holds up, often for several firings, and clean up is a snap. At Delphi, you
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