Glastar Foiling Machine

$41.95 USD
Item# 5215
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • A great time saver for all copper foil projects
  • Peels off paper backing from foil tape while also centering and partially crimping it around edges
  • Simple to use and reload; works with most common foil sizes
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty


Product Description

The Glasfoiler is a great assistant when foiling stained glass pieces. Just press your glass edge into the slot and pull the piece downward. The Glasfoiler automatically peels off the paper backing, centers foil on the edge of glass while partially crimping it around the glass edges. Adjustable tension wheels hold 3/16", 1/4", or 7/32" foil for quick application to glass. Can be mounted to your work surface with four screws (included).

Note: Studio Pro Copper Foil does not fit the mounts for the Glasfoiler. Use Venture Tape Copper Foil with the Glasfoiler to complete your foiling fast!

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  •   Takes practice
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Pros : The concept is good and for me the smaller pieces did great once I figured out the correct tension.
Cons : I wasted a lot of foil because I couldn’t get it centered correctly with the larger pieces. It takes a bit of practice and for me patience to put it on correctly.
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Pros : Very easy to use. Easy to change out the rolls of foil and it comes with three different wheels for three sizes of foil.
Cons : Had to attach a board to the bottom so I could clamp it to the table.
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