Glassline Pen - Metallic Copper

$12.95 USD
Item# 802017
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Product Features

  • Pens are lead free and food safe
  • Compatible with 90 and 96 COE
  • 2 oz bottle, tips sold separately
  • Use between layers or on top surface of glass

Product Description

Add Intricate Designs to Glass
Glassline pens are a lining and shading material for glass. They are easy to use and can be applied between multiple layers of glass or on the top surface for a complex dimensional look. Glassline pens can also be sprayed to achieve subtle shading variations. Compatible with both COE 90 and System 96 glass. Lead free and food safe. Apply with pen tips from Tip 3-Pack #80216. 2 oz. bottle.

Glassline Tip: For best results "tack fuse" individual sheets of glass before stacking your full fuse. Best fired to 1500 F., but may be fired lower or higher depending upon your desired results. For more tips and instructions, click "View User Manual".

Glassline Pens should be stored with the caps firmly in place, and are best stored at room temperature. Pens that have been frozen or have been exposed to high temperatures may require extra mixing to ensure proper consistency.

Stocking ornament by artist Gillian Hulse. From "Kiln Formed Glass" book #9221.

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Consistency was way too thick
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Pros : I normally LOVE glassline pens. They are great for drawing fine detail and I use them regularly. The color is pretty and truly metallic.
Cons : This color was so thick and gloppy that it was impossible to get fine detail. It was so thick that it could not be used with the glassline tips. VERY disappointing.
Other Thoughts : I prefer the glassline gold as the consistency is great and you can get very fine detail. I also like the gold color better than the copper. I would use this if I could thin it somehow.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   nice product
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Pros : Easy to use and clean up; although liquid, easy to control during use
Cons : Just be careful not to make your lines to thick - it could chip off after firing if you use it on top of your glass
Other Thoughts : I'm sure this can be used to draw and accent designs, but it was my best solution yet to signing fused pieces. It is recommended for use between layers, but it has worked well for my signature on top of a piece.
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