Trio Heart Casting Mold

$20.95 USD
Item# 62874
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Product Features

  • Make one-of-a-kind cast glass jewelry
  • Create 3 castings in one firing!
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Perfect for small kilns

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Casting Molds Perfect for Smaller Kilns
Fill mold with glass frit and scrap glass to create one-of-a-kind cast glass jewelry. Create three castings all at once! A necklace pendant, earrings, or whatever you desire. Try combining opal and transparent glass to give dimension or add sparkle with dichroic. Coat with casting primer before use. Mold measures 4-1/2" x 3-1/2". See size perspective of mold with quarter. finished project measures approximately 1-1/2" x 1-1/8". Images courtesy of IMD Ceramics.

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Pros : I have used my heart molds probably 25 times and still going strong. You have to make sure you clean and reapply the Zyp every couple of firings.
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Feb 04, 2016
Frit Molds are becoming increasingly more popular, especially with all the new styles of jewelry molds coming out. Getting a beautiful finished project can be tricky at times. Issue #1 Glass tends to stick; and create sharp daggers on the sides of the glass project. This can happen when the glass separator is getting thin or worn away. Boron Nitride MR-97 is the answer. It is a versatile product that can also be used on stainless steel molds as well. Think of it like teflon on your frying pan. It will not allow the glass to stick to the mold. Projects pop right out and are ready to wear. You do have to follow the instructions and reapply as directed. Watch a video on how to use Boron Nitride MR-97. However if you do get spurs on the sides of your project, simply use a wet hand sanding pad
Feb 04, 2016
Frit Molds are becoming increasingly more popular, especially with all the new styles of jewelry molds coming out. Getting a beautiful finished project can be tricky at times. Issue #1 Glass tends to stick; and create sharp daggers on the sides of the glass project. This can happen when the glass separator is getting thin or worn away. Boron Nitride MR-97 is the answer. It is a versatile product that can also be used on stainless steel molds as well. Think of it like teflon on your frying pan. It will not allow the glass to stick to the mold. Projects pop right out and are ready to wear. You do have to follow the instructions and reapply as directed. Watch a video on how to use Boron Nitride MR-97. However if you do get spurs on the sides of your project, simply use a wet hand sanding pad