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Ultimate Stained Glass Start-Up Kit

Price $629.95
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Item# 8959
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Product Features

  • All of the tools and supplies you need to set up your own home studio
  • Quality tools make it easy to get fantastic results fast
  • Get tools and supplies hand-picked by Delphi instructors
  • A Delphi Exclusive!

Product Description

exclusive Your Complete Stained Glass Studio in 1 Kit!
Get started in your new craft with our instructors' top picks. The ultimate stained glass start-up kit includes our favorite tools and supplies all in one kit for maximum savings and convenience. A great way to set up your home studio and start creating beautiful projects right away. A Delphi Exclusive!

Kit Includes:

  • Studio Pro™ Deluxe glass grinder
  • Hakko FX-601 soldering iron with built-in temperature controller
  • 8 piece glass pack, 8" x 8" ea
  • Toyo Brass Supercutter glass cutter
  • Running pliers
  • Breaker/grozer pliers
  • 60/40 Solder
  • Copper Foil
  • Flux
  • Flux brush
  • Finishing Compound
  • Soldering iron stand
  • Two 12" x 12" Homasote boards
  • 6" Handy Edges plus push pins
  • Flux Remover
  • 3/8" Adjustable U zinc came
  • Kwik Crimp
  • Fid
  • Cork-backed ruler
  • Safety glasses
Note: Product selection may vary based on availability. Photo is just one example, quality will remain the same.

Poinsettia project created by artist Catherine Baranski, from Delphi's Online Artist Galley. Pathway panel created by Steve Granieri, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   newbie
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Pros : being relatively new to the art I was pleased with the products in this kit. it has everything to get you on the road to your latest addiction.
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  •   Everything I needed to get going
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Pros : Had everything I needed and it all seems to be of pretty high quality.
Cons : Glass selection was pretty much all green.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Worth Every Dollar & High Quality
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Pros : This kit has everything needed to get started and more! The solder iron is amazing! Quick to heat and consistent in temperature. The flux is easy to apply.
Cons : None! This kit is a good investment.
Other Thoughts : I am blown away by the quality of the products, the speed of shipping, and how well packaged the items were.
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