How to Solder Your Stained Glass | Delphi Glass

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How to solder your stained glass projects. Glass soldering is an essential part of any stained glass project to join your glass pieces together. http://bit.ly/p9CYJ4 Delphi Glass Tip: Lead solder is best for large projects such as stained glass windows or panels. Use lead-free solder on projects that will be handled often or by children and in all soldered jewelry projects. DelphiGlass.com offer thousands of supplies for stained glass and other glass crafts. Please visit us at http://www.DelphiGlass.com or ask our glass experts questions at our toll-free project helpline at 1-800-821-9450.
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    Fusing Holiday Projects with Roy and Val #FacebookLive

    In this Facebook Live video Roy and Val will show you how to use pre-cuts, decals and scraps to create fun pieces to use in your own décor or to give as gifts. Perfect for a quick weekend project. Supplies we used today. Holiday Pre-Cuts and Decals: https://www.delphiglass.com/seasonal/christmas-winter-holidays/ 90 COE Dichroic Noodles: https://www.delphiglass.com/dichroic-90-coe/noodles-stringers-90-coe/ https://www.delphiglass.com/dichroic-90-coe/dichroic-accents-90-coe/ 90 COE Dichroic Frit: https://www.delphiglass.com/dichroic-90-coe/dichroic-frit-90-coe/ 96 COE Dichroic Noodles: https://www.delphiglass.com/dichroic-96-coe/dichroic-accents-96-coe/ 96 COE Dichroic Frit: https://www.delphiglass.com/dichroic-96-coe/dichroic-frit-96-coe/ Bails: https://www.delphiglass.com/jewelry-findings/bails-clasps/ Glue: https://www.delphiglass.com/mosaic-supplies/glues-chemicals/rapidfuse-all-purpose-adhesive Firing Schedules Tack/Contour Fuse Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 300°F/hr (149°C) 1000°F (538°C) 15 minutes Segment 2 300°F/hr 1370°F (743°C) 10 min Segment 3 9999 or Full 900° F (482°C)* 30 min * Annealing temperature for 90 COE glass is 900° F (482°C). Annealing temperature for 96 COE glass is 950° F (510°C). Fast Full Fuse - Snowflakes Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 9999 or Full 1500° F (815°C)* 20 min Segment 3 9999 or Full 0° F

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    In this Facebook Live video Val shares her process and demonstrates how to make a small sculptural pumpkin on the torch. Below are the list of supplies used and annealing schedule so you too can create your own. Supplies we used today. Tools: https://www.delphiglass.com/search/FBLivePumpkin090821 Frit: https://www.delphiglass.com/borosilicate/frit-sample-packs/ Annealing Firing Schedule: 1050°F for 20 minutes and allow to cool until in the annealer until it reaches room temperature.

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    Kiln Controllers and How to Program Them #FacebookLive

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    Finishing Your Stained Glass Project #FacebookLive

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    Foiling and Fitting #FacebookLive

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Latest Comments
  • debthebeader Jun 15, 2012

    I thought this was a great video on soldering and showing how to use the foil as well. I’m looking for a good video on Dichro glass jewelry, the different techniques as well as kiln firing. Thank you.

  • jhaan Jan 12, 2011

    Sorry you didn't find this video helpful. We have a newer soldering video. Maybe it will be more of what you are looking for. http://www.delphiglass.com/video_view?vid=NWFWd-W7fZM

  • smarsheck Jan 11, 2011

    Dumb video. If you are going to specify "how to solder", then show the soldering technique close up...not above and far away! Does someone who is about to solder, not know how to apply copper foil?

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