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|Fusing with Fusible Glass Shapes
Save time and minimize waste with fusible glass shapes. Delphi has a wide variety of pre-cut glass circles, millefiori, and glass confetti. Learn how to fuse it all in your Fuseworks microwave kiln. Download the instructional guide below.
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Jennifer BonesteelFriday, January 16, 2015
@Diane6520 I think the sheet you are referring to is referring to glass separator, otherwise known as kiln wash. Molds should always be kiln washed with a glass separator to prevent sticking. For slumping you don't necessarily need Primo Primer but the application method is the same for regular kiln wash. You can watch a video about it on ArtGlassTV using the link below: http://www.delphiglass.com/video_view?vid=Ng-6BxK8X04 After that you simply balance your glass on the mold and use a standard slumping schedule. For more basic information about fusing firing schedules you can visit the link below: http://www.DelphiGlass.com/glassfusing Unfortunately we don't have a Dealer location in your area but if you look on the Yellow Pages and search Art Glass you will find a few results and may be able to find the help you need. I hope that helps you get started - if not, feel free to call our customer service team - they will be more than happy to assist you.
Hello: I'm been fusing for a while now, but recently purchased the Earring Mold Set to make glass hoops. There was no instruction sheet, and the small scrap of paper mentioned "seperator glass". I don't know how to use this mold and also don't know what "seperator glass" is. My kiln is a 8" Evenheat Studio Pro. Can anybody help me here with the mold or point me to a teacher locally? I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Thanks for any help. Diane Miller
Thank you so much for your response. Amazing instructions and in site. Thanks again.
Im new to fusing and have gone from a microwave kiln to a used Paragon High Fire Kiln. My problem is bubbles in a few of my pendants, what am I doing wrong? I need to get this resolved before I move to making bracelets. Can someone help me please?