8" Square Screen Melt System

Price $139.95
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Item# 96310
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Product Features

  • Create beautiful custom glass
  • 7" Ring molds keeps glass contained for a perfect melt
  • Screen measures 7-3/4" x 7-3/4"
  • Small screen melts do not require a support ring
  • Designed to fit into an 8" table-top kiln
  • A great way to make use of your scrap glass

Product Description

Turn your fusible scrap glass into gorgeous kiln melts. Use to create stunning platters, or cold work melts into tiles and cabochons. To use, simply place the melt system in the kiln, place ceramic fiber paper in the bottom, pile scrap glass onto the screen and fire your melt.

The set includes a heavy-gauge stainless steel screen, 2 sets of support legs (3" long and 5" long) and a 7" stainless steel rim. Screen measures 7-3/4" x 7-3/4" and will fit inside an 8" square kiln.

Images below courtesy of Master Artisan Products™. For more details on this product click "View User Manual".

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Pros : Beautiful designs
Cons : Very difficult to use, glass piled on a flat screen, glass falls off when loading, screen sits on 4 posts that are barely long enough to hold the screen in place . One false move and you end up with pieces of glass spilled all over your kiln !!
Other Thoughts : The screen needs to have an enclosure around it to hold all the stacked up glass. The 12” square and the 8” diameter have it, don’t know why the 8” square doesn’t . Can’t say I recommend this especially with the price tag of around $80 !!!
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