Spooled Lead - 7/32" Round H

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Product Features

  • Spooled lead means no more twisted lengths of came
  • Easy to store, takes up less space in your studio
  • 15 lbs. No extra boxing or shipping charges
  • Use for classical leaded stained glass or larger projects


Product Description

Spooled lead is easy to use and easy to store! No more bulky boxes to store or twisted lengths of came. This revolutionary new method of storing and dispensing lead will make your glass work easier than ever! With spooled lead there are also no extra boxing or shipping charges.

With its thick rounded sides, Round H looks great on your stained glass art. Use it in classical leaded stained glass designs or larger projects. Face measures 7/32". Standard 5/32" channel. Approximately 139 feet long; spool weighs 15 pounds.

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Pros : Mounted on a spool, storage space is negligible; need only cut what you need; very little waste or pieces laying around the studio.
Cons : Sometimes came gets a bit twisted, but is usually easy to straighten out with a good fid.
Other Thoughts : A very good value for a handy, quality product!
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Pros : Easy to store and use. Unrolls easily and stretches just like the stick type. Saves having to buy full boxes of came to get value and only have to buy about 139 feet rather than 366 feet in strips.
Cons : Must measure to fit my stretcher tool which is set up for six-foot sticks. Minor twists and compressed sections appear at times on the roll, but I cut around them and had very little wasted came.
Other Thoughts : There was a bit of waste with some twisted came in a few parts of the roll, but I put the scrap pieces in a Pet-Milk can, including all the twisted pieces and that was from two rolls of this product. Just be careful as you unroll it. I am going to build a rack onto which I can mount the spool to make it easier to roll off six-foot strips. Saves a lot of space in storage. Good product.
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Pros : STRETCHES AND WORKS VERY EASILY
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