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2 out of 5 stars
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Cons : could be larger
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love This One!
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Pros : The multi holes give my work a variety of color that cannot be matched by any other method. The five holes allow for various colors of glasses or even textures to swirl and blend. The result is unbelieveable!
Cons : None that I can speak of.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Not obvious how to set up
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Pros : Don't know what they might be - the dams I have fit under this mold and I can't find any applicable. I hear that I can cut up a kiln shelf, but that's inconvenient.
Cons : I cannot figure out how to set this up. The holes are too close to the edge to support it from the outside. Turning the thinner 2" wide 1/2" high dams on edge seems very unstable. Can't see any other product I could use on this site. The photo showing the setup on this pot's page is for the single-hole pot melt mold, so doesn't help me with this one.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   multi hole pot melt mold
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Pros : I absolutely love this bowl. The results of the melt are definitely one of kind. I got 5 different design elements out of one melt. There are so many things that I can create out of this melt. I can cut it for unique jewelry, wind chimes, etc, or just leave as is for a high impact piece. It's fun to have a total surprise of what your end result will look like. I bought the whole set.
Cons : I had read that it had cracked after the first use. So, I gave it a slow cool down ramp, no cracks. I still have to figure out how to cut the melting glass while it's still hot to avoid the glass cooling into icicles. It's way too hot to get in there and snip the dripping glass. So, after it cools I have to break the so-called icicles from the pot holes that are now attached to my glass. I then grind these spots where I cut the glass and then fire polish it. I will figure out a way to get rid of the icicle problem.
Other Thoughts : Totally worth it. If it cracks, I will buy another one. I melt it right onto thinfire paper so I don't have to worry about my kiln shelf. I definitely encourage a slow ramp to cool it down.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   What fun!
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Pros : Perfect use for scrap and bad ideas. Creates areas of color which add interest. EASY to do!
Cons : There are 5 distinct areas in the finished piece, but I think they're interesting.
Other Thoughts : Use a lot of white or clear scrap - darker colors want to dominate. You absolutely must have kiln posts (4) and glass dams (4). I use a 1" kiln post and 4 8" dams to support the pot and fit my kiln.
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