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Finding your perfect match can seem daunting, let us help play matchmaker by highlighting the traits that will help you fall head-over-heels for a kiln – then stay happy together for years to come. Here’s the short list of questions to ask when you’re looking for that special kiln. What size of projects do you want to make? (Leave room to grow together. ) How much space do you have for a kiln? What are the electric requirements (plug type, wire gauge)? What features are important to you? What is your budget? Let’s face it – sometimes size really does matter. We’re talking kilns here people. It’s important to know where your kiln will fit in your life, creative pursuits, and space. The heartbreak of outgrowing your kiln is something we see all too often. While it’s hard to know exactly what you’ll be into a year or more
Delphi instructor Steena Gaut demonstrates two easy methods for cutting circles in glass. One involves a carbide wheel cutter (pencil grip or pistol grip) and a grinder, and the other involves the Glastar Circle/Strip Cutter. A third method is mentioned using a Bandsaw. Glass circles can be used in a variety of stained glass and fused glass projects.