Published: May 10, 2012
Delphi instructor Steena Gaut demonstrates two easy methods for cutting circles in glass. One involves a carbide wheel cutter (pencil grip or pistol grip) and a grinder, and the other involves the Glastar Circle/Strip Cutter. A third method is mentioned using a Bandsaw. Glass circles can be used in a variety of stained glass and fused glass projects.
Roy and Daisy are showing you our WAZER Waterjet Cutter in action! This tool is amazing. If you can dream it, the WAZER can cut it. Take a look at just some of our creations made with it.
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The Wall Street Journal does a special edition each year called the future of everything. We thought it would be fun to apply that to our industry. Where do you see the Art Glass Industry and Creator’s in 10 years?