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Fuseworks Microwave Kiln Kit - 90 COE by Diamond Tech

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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.

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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Product Details

  • Fuseworks Microwave Kiln
  • Seven 2" x 2" pieces fusible glass in assorted colors
  • Dichroic fusible glass in assorted colors and sizes, 1 oz.
  • Confetti glass in assorted colors, 1 oz.
  • Millefiori glass in assorted colors, 1 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
  • Kiln overall dimensions 4-3/4" dia x 3-1/4" high

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Pros : I have always wanted to try fusing but being a silver artist I never wanted to put glass in my kiln so I purchased the microwave one. This morning I made my first piece. I tried to cut a sheet prior to putting it into the kiln but could not seperate it so I put it in as it was got a very funky shape to it and sold it before I even put it on a chain. Great for me to fill in my time between silver firings. Just perfect for my needs
Cons : Possibly not enough kiln paper but what a trip when you first open up your kiln and see your first piece.
Other Thoughts : Suggest purchasing more glass and a glass pliers because some of the glass is too large for this kiln but it is a dream come true for me I may be old but I am still learning.
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  •   microwave kiln
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Pros : compact easy to use .great for a beginner to see if you like this kind of work.Very portable.
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  •   Microwave Kiln
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Pros : I have been a fuser for ten years and swore I would never use a microwave kiln. I needed to learn how to use one for a class I was going to teach, the students from my current class helped me play and we all love it. As long as you pay attention to the heat and don't overload it it is a great little starter kiln.
Cons : The instructions need a lot of help. But I am going to play around and see what I can come up with.
Other Thoughts : This is a great way to see if the fusing bug really has a hold on you. It is fast and gives instant gratification, but like anything you need to practice. I think that most people who buy this to fuse glass will move up to a real kiln.
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