1/8" Flat U Lead Came – 3 Lb Spool

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Product Features

  • 3lb spool has about 54' - ready to cut to any size for your projects
  • Spools keep came tidy and stored conveniently
  • No extra boxing fee!


Product Description

This handy method of storing and dispensing lead will make your glass work easier than ever! No more bulky boxes to store, twisted lengths of came, or wasted sections. Simply unwrap the desired length, cut, stretch and create. With spooled lead there are also no extra boxing or shipping charges.

Some glass artists prefer the more simplified look of Flat U lead came. Unlike Round U lead came,it has a flat bottom. Face measures 1/8". Standard 5/32" channel. Approximately 54 feet long.
 

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