Beginner Glass Tool Kit

Price $78.95
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Your Price: $63.95 USD   (19% Off)
Item# 6954
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Product Features

  • All you need to get started cutting glass in one affordable kit
  • Includes tools to score, break and smooth edges on glass pieces
  • A great kit for beginners, classrooms or experienced artists
  • Durable, high-quality tools will last for years


Product Description

exclusive Get Started in Stained Glass or Glass Fusing
Get all your basic glass hand tools in one convenient kit! This is a low-cost way for beginners to get started in glass or for experts to get more essential tools at a bargain price. Features the Toyo Dry Wheel Glass SuperCutter, our favorite glass cutter, sturdy pliers, safety glasses and more! Use tools to accurately score, break and smooth edges on glass pieces. A Delphi Exclusive!

Kit Includes:

  • Dry wheel glass cutter
  • Breaker/grozer pliers
  • Running pliers
  • Diamond hand pad
  • Safety glasses
  • Glass square - reversible for left and right handed use

You can do it!
Step-By-Step: Glass Cutting
step 1 step 2 step 3
1. Use cutter and square to score glass. 2. Use pliers to break glass on score. 3. Smooth edges with diamond hand pad.


 

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great SET!
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Pros : Easy to use, everything you need, great for a beginner!
Cons : Grozer pliers did scratch up my glass, wish the glass cutter was a pistol grip
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   All you need
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Pros : It has everything you need for jewelery projects. The Diamond Grit is great as I use a microwave kiln and sometimes its hard to control the temp. and kiln paper will stick, it easily removes that and smooths the back of my cab.
Cons : The glass square does not have any measurement indicators. It was one of the reasons which I bought it together with my Fuseworks Kiln.
Other Thoughts : If I need to buy another set again. I probably will go for the Glass Value Kit #5015 just because I don't work on big items and it seems to have a ruler.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Best Tool Kit
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Pros : Great kit for beginners -- it has everything you need to begin making glass pieces. Each tool is high quality and easy to use. The supercutter works great and the straight edge is tremendously helpful when scoring your glass.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Great kit -- all you need is the glass to get started.
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