The Handy Wedge - Set Of 2

$22.95 USD
Item# 54214
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Product Description

Makes 3-D Bevel Assembly Easy
Perfect when soldering suncatchers, boxes and panel lamps. Foam wedges are heat, flux and slip resistant. Wedges are made of a soft, pliable material. Measures 5-1/4" long, 2- 5/8" high, and 2-7/8" wide. Set of two.

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Other Thoughts : They are incredibly light and will require wedging them against something else to stay in place (wedging a "wedge"....). I thought because of the steep price they would be heavier and more substantial.
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Heres our list of 5 Favorite New Items from the May 2012 edition of Stained Glass News. 1. Hot, Hot, Hot by Christine Stewart Celebrated glass artist Christine Stewart brings us a long-anticipated new title. In her signature mosaic style she serves up 18 projects ranging from fused glass dinnerware to stunning mosaic wall art created with fused inclusions. 2. Inspired by Frankye Cartner and Suzy Huber This stained glass pattern portfolio contains 16 designs for panels in a variety of themes. Each project includes recommendations for using wire, bevels or other accents, and a suggested enlargement size. Projects are certain to provide a fun challenge for beginners and intermediate artists alike. 3. Assembling 3D art just got easier with Handy Wedges These simple non-slip foam rubber blocks offer the perfect solution when you find yourself in need of another set of hands. The triangular shape lends itself to