Nano Beads Mold

$39.95 USD
Item# 77902
Availability: Expected to be available December 09, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Fuse 14 beads at once - 6 round beads, 6 square beads and 2 cabochons
  • Made from high quality ceramic for many firings

Product Description

Form unique cast glass beads to wear as a focal point, or join them with jump rings, links or wire wrapping to create fantastic wearable art. Nano beads also make fantastic fused additions to incorporate with Colour de Verre's jewelry designs such as Pillow Pendants, Geometric Beads, Small Ring Beads and more. For a bold look, pair with the Nano Drop Beads mold - #77916.

Coat molds with ZYP or mold primer before use. Mold creates 14 beads; 6 round beads, 6 square beads and 2 cabochons. The beads are small, each measuring about 5/8 inch (15mm) in diameter. Mold measures 7" x 4-1/2" x 1" overall. See size perspective of mold with quarter and dime images shown.

Project images courtesy of Colour de Verre.

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Pros : Beads are nice size (very small) for what I wanted them for, which was stringing with larger focal beads.
Cons : I did not follow directions closely and suffered the consequences. I didn't measure the frit or use only fine- and medium-sized frit, and the results were wonky-shaped beads. Also did not use either of the two recommended release products, but instead used the kiln wash product my glass teacher uses for all her molds. First time I used the mold, a few beads stuck but were popped out with a sharp tool. Teacher said I did not need to retreat with mold release before reusing molds, and on the second use, half of my tiny beads stuck firmly in mold. Managed to pop one out with a sharp tool and the post popped off too.
Other Thoughts : Delphi has free downloadable tip sheets available in their catalog, mixed in among the molds themselves. I highly recommend them--I could have avoided my grief. I have now ordered a can of MR-97 for my other molds and I'm debating investing replace this nano beads mold.
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