Morton Assembly Tray

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  • Helps solder multi-angles easily
  • Ideal tool for creating 3-D projects
  • Includes project instructions and ideas
  • Easy to follow directions

Product Description

Easily solder multi-surfaces at varying angles and achieve high-quality results, it's like having another set of hands! No home stained glass workshop is complete without it. Create stained glass boxes and other dimensional projects with ease. Comes with simple directions plus many project instructions and ideas.
Spacer rods are needed to hold your glass in the correct position (see additional images), not included. We used 2 Brass Tubes item #5485P.

 

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Pros : Really makes a difference when doing 3D projects. Once my pieces were ready i had an icosahedron put together in minutes.
Cons : Large pieces tend to have too much weight hanging out and the pieces don't always want to stay in so well.
Other Thoughts : Would be nice if they made this in more then one size, or if you were able to buy sections in bigger sizes for larger projects.
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