Glass Tools Value Kit

$49.95 USD
Item# 5015
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Product Features

  • Get all the basic glass hand tools in one kit
  • Includes quality StudioPro tools and safety glasses
  • Everything you need to get started at a value price
  • Great for beginners or classroom use


Product Description

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. Designed to endure, these economical tools will prove reliable and rugged from your first project on.

StudioPro tools feature a manufacturer guarantee (excluding standard replacement parts). See components list below. 

Kit Includes:

  • Studio Pro Stainless steel cork-backed ruler
  • Pistol grip cutter
  • Studio Pro Lightweight running pliers
  • Studio Pro Breaker/grozer pliers
  • Safety glasses
Project shown below created by artist Jean Beaulieu. From "Beautiful Birds 1" book #6386.
 

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Pros : Perfect for hands training in glass cutting
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Other Thoughts : Should include cutting oil
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