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Glass Fusing Information and Instructions

A great website dedicated assisting others in learning all the glass fusing processes and techniques. There are pages devoted to step by step beginners, intermediate and advanced level projects. The pages are filled with impressive articles, hints on creating a workspace, the various types of glass for fusing and even a problem solving page.

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Fused Glass Links

Fused glass links that will assist you in finding supplies and sources for all of your glass fusing accessories.

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Mold Making

Mold Making 101 will assist you in learning some easy and basic mould making techniques. From ceramic mold making to using Castalot to create unique one-of-a-kind moulds.

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Wear Fused Glass

When you wear fused glass, it not only enhances your appearance, but also brings attention to the art of glass fusing.

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Glass Bottle Art

Glass bottle art is becoming an appealing approach to permanently personalize glass and construct a heart-felt art design. Learn all the fun and exciting ways to transform glass bottles inside your kiln.

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Ruling Pen

Have you ever used a ruling pen in your glass fusing projects? This simple pen holds liquid in a slot between two flexible metal jaws.

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Rigidizer is a compound of colloidal silica. It is used to coat ceramic fiber products to provide protection from erosion and to harden the surface to a certain degree.

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Refractory Bricks

Refractory bricks are made from materials that stay physically and chemically stable in high temperatures. Bricks made like this are used for the lining of kilns, furnaces, fireplaces and fireboxes.

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Pattern Bar Slices

Pattern bar slices are made from cutting off certain widths of pattern bars. Pattern bars are made from layers of strips of glass, stringers or frit and typically are made from different colors.

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Morton System

The Morton System makes up an integrated system of tools that help you cut glass more easily and safely. Some cuts in fact would be almost impossible to make using other equipment.

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Pattern Bar

A pattern bar is the result of fusing together different colors of glass into a thick bundle. Once fused they are then cut to create colorful fused glass patterns.

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Anything In Stained Glass--Frederick, MD

A glass candy store! This place is HUGE and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable! They carry a wide variety of stained glass and fusing supplies and

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Ramp Time

The rate at which a kiln's temperature changes is considered the ramp time. This applies to both increasing and decreasing temperatures and is part of the firing schedule of any glass fusing process.

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Peep Hole

A peep hole is a very valuable part on your glass fusing kiln. It allows you to see if you projects are at the right stage, so they can go through the annealing and cooling process.

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Kiln Sitter

Kiln sitters are special mechanisms that remove the power from the heating elements once the desired temperature has been reached inside the kiln.

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Mud is an interesting product that is used to enhance your fused glass projects. The steps are quite simple and the product is very easy to use.

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Kiln Forming

Kiln forming is the process of using a kiln to heat and form glass into various objects. There are various procedures that fall under this category of glass fusing.

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Hard Glass

Hard glass has a high viscosity at high temperatures. Its softening point is also high, which makes it a bit difficult to melt.

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