Large Angle Dam Mold

$37.95 USD
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Product Description

Durable ceramic molds from Creative Paradise can be used many times. This angled dam mold makes it easy to make pattern bars or thick fused glass. Unique shape produces triangular prism shape castings. Interior measures 8" x 2-3/4" wide x 1-1/2" deep.

Step-By-Step: Pattern Bar Necklace
Step 1. Cut up small pieces of your favorite glass or use scrap glass to create a base layer.
Step 2. Use long strips of fiber felt (item#4824) to create the channels. Fill around the fiber with scrap glass.
Step 3. Fuse in kiln. Use a tool like the Super Slicer (item#57108) to cut the glass into pattern bars.
Step 4. Fire polish in kiln. Thread a necklace through the exposed channel. Wear your creation proudly!

Mold and project images courtesy of Creative Paradise. Pattern bar platter by Artist Thomas Stout.

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Pros : You can get the pattern bar out of the mold which is not so with the rectangle shaped one.. This is a quick alternative to making a pattern bar without using fiber products. Use plenty of release. It is a bit more challenging to use the triangular pieces in a design for a bowl or plate unless you are pretty accurate in slicing with a tile saw.
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Other Thoughts : Nice product.
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