Fuseworks Microwave Fusing Start-Up Kit - 90 COE

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Product Features

  • An excellent value and convenience - get your glass, tools and instruction all in one kit
  • Includes the revolutionary Fuseworks Microwave Kiln to create custom glass jewelry in minutes
  • Huge assortment of 90 COE fusible glass includes dichroic, millefiori, confetti and pre-cut pieces
  • Make custom glass jewelry! Includes 4 necklace bails and 2 pair of earring findings
  • Includes glass cutter, Hot Mitts safety gloves, kiln paper and complete instructions
  • Create fun fused art in this mini kiln; kiln is not designed for use with slumping or casting molds

Product Description

Everything You Need to Get Started
Glass fusing is creative, fun and easy with the revolutionary Fuseworks Microwave Kiln and accessories included in this kit. Create custom glass jewelry in minutes with the variety of fusible and dichroic glass. The Fuseworks Kit is an excellent value and convenience. You'll get your glass, tools and instruction all in one kit! This is a huge assortment of glass that gives you incredible options for creating jewelry. All glass is 90 COE.

Kit Includes:

  • Fuseworks Microwave Kiln, overall dimensions 4-1/2" diameter x 3-1/4" high
  • Seven 2" x 2" pieces fusible glass in assorted colors
  • Dichroic Bits & Pieces in assorted colors and sizes, 1 oz.
  • Frit in assorted colors, 1 oz.
  • Bits & Pieces Glass in assorted colors, 1 oz.
  • Stringers in assorted colors, 1/2 oz.
  • Glass cutter
  • 2 Pieces kiln paper, 5-5/8" sq ea
  • Hot mitts safety gloves
  • 4 Necklace bails - 2 sizes, gold and silver tone
  • 2 Pair earring findings - gold and silver tone
  • Complete instructions
Step-by-Step: Fun And Easy Glass Fusing!
1. Place glass face down on a flat cutting surface.
2. Score glass using a glass cutter to desired shape and break.
3. Layer glass on kiln paper inside kiln and fuse. Beginners can fuse glass in minutes with the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln.

Fuseworks Kiln has been tested safe for use in a household microwave. Manufacturer recommends cleaning the microwave after each use and to begin testing with a shorter time, following manufacturer instructions.

Delphi Tip: Microwave kilns are meant for glass only projects. Delphi does not recommended using any glass molds within the microwave kiln.

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Pros : You can make small piece in a short time.
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  •   Great starter kiln
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Pros : Easy to use - easy instructions and a great starter kiln
Cons : Too small - wish a bigger model was available!
Other Thoughts : Loved all of the items that came with this little guy. Great product
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  •   Great introduction
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Pros : Fast and simple to use, gotten such good results I will soon be stepping up my projects so that I can combine fused glass with clay and not just make jewelry
Cons : small size of kiln limits what you can do
Other Thoughts : just wanted to play with glass before I spent too much on supplies and this was a great way to do that
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