Y-96 Green Extreme Opal Striker Streaky - 96 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 11" x 12"
$15.75
sale $9.95
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large 18" x 24"
$47.15
sale $29.75

Item# Y4573M
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Product Features

  • Striker color develops to a rich hue during firing
  • Premium Youghiogheny glass
  • 96 COE

Product Description

You'll love creating fused art with Youghiogheny (pronounced Yock-uh-gain-ee) Y-96 Fusible Glass. This line of 96 COE compatible glass is sure to be a crowd pleaser with a palette of robust opal, transparent and streaky colors. Y-96 Glass is tested using a dilatometer and fusing tests are examined with a polariscope to ensure our product meets the set standard.

Delphi Tip: Clean Y-96 glass thoroughly with a non-ammonia glass cleaner before firing to get a smooth, gloss finish in your fired art. Cap with clear for an extra glossy finish.

Note: Glass color shifts when fired.

Main image shows fired glass image and second image shows same sheet unfired.

Y96 Recommended Firing Schedules

Delphi Tip: We recommend using a project and firing log to keep track of information about your projects and firing schedules can be an extremely useful tool for every artist. Once you've achieved a good result you can reference the logs to re-create the project or simply re-use a firing schedule for a similar project. Click here to download our free firing log.

*All kilns are not alike. Your kiln size, controller type, and  individual  project may require some alteration to the schedule for best results.

 
Full Fuse
Segment Rate Temperature Hold/Minutes
1 300°F/hr 1000°F 10
2 300°F/hr 1250°F 20
3 300°F/hr 1425°F 15
4 Full (9999) 950°F 60
5 200°F/hr 800°F 10
6 300°F/hr 150°F  
Tack Fuse
Segment Rate Temperature Hold/Minutes
1 300°F/hr 1000°F 10
2 300°F/hr 1250°F 20
3 300°F/hr 1350°F 10
4 Full (9999) 950°F 60
5 200°F/hr 800°F 10
6 300°F/hr 150°F  
Slump Fuse
Segment Rate Temperature Hold/Minutes
1 300°F/hr 1000°F 30
2 200°F/hr 1225°F 10
3 Full (9999) 950°F 60
4 200°F/hr 800°F 10
5 300°F/hr 150°F  
 


Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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