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by wollyhaltz on Jul 06, 2021
I'm confused with the anneal 9999. I've read many posts, but don't understand the 9999.
by Kayleigh Clark on Mar 26, 2021
@justinew18 If you frame your project with 1/4" U Zinc it will be strong enough to stop folding. 3/8" Zinc will also work.
@We recommend 3/8" for most projects 8" x 11" to 2' x 3'. Larger projects we recommend 1/2" came.
by justinew18 on Mar 19, 2021
Hi, I am making 2 small copper foil panels for an internal door. They measure 13" by 6" and the pattern is oblong strips placed in a brickwork pattern that runs vertically. Do you think these should be reinforced due to the hinge joints and if so where would you recommend placing the reinforcement. Many thanks.
by Kayleigh Clark on Mar 17, 2021
@skincaid2 We recommend Handy Hangers item
by Kayleigh Clark on Feb 03, 2021
@jamesandpatricia3103181120 Since you would prefer not to use rebar we would recommend 3 separate panels.
by skincaid2 on Jan 29, 2021
I am making a 13x26 panel to hang in a window. What size rings should I use to attach at the caming?
by jamesandpatricia3103181120 on Jan 28, 2021
Making 11" x 69" stained glass on top of existing transom. will divide into 3 pieces because of length. would it be better to use one long piece of u zinc came on top & bottom & just put 2 ea.11" pieces vertically soldered in to separate for strength or should I just make 3 separate panels? I don't like the reinforcing bars or rods for my design. Or, would reinforcing steel strips be better. Concerned about buckling & installation. thanks
by Kayleigh Clark on Jan 20, 2021
@Yes, you can fuse glass to itself. As long as you are fusing the same sheet together. If you are wanting to fuse 2 separate pieces we don't recommend that. Here is a link to our fusing tip sheet. https://www.delphiglass.com/page/knowledgeBaseView?KBItemID=90
@Lynn.mueller You can use your current fusing schedule and add in a segment that will hold once you reach 1225* F. For small pieces such as your 4" square we suggest holding at a minimum of 30 minutes. For larger pieces (12" or up) we recommend holding for 60 minutes. For your 10" piece you could meet in the middle at 45 minutes. You can't over hold a piece so you could always holder longer if you prefer.
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