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  • Kiln Forming

    Kiln working (also called fusing) are a little less intimidating than the hot shop. Also called glass fusing; these classes involve a variety of techniques with cold sheets of fusible glass. “Fusible” means the glass has been tested to ensure it can be fused together at the molecular level. You will use special tools to cut sheets of glass into shapes and arrange them into your custom designs. You may also use frit, which is small granules of glass, to create unusual effects in your piece. We also have stringers (long strings of glass) and various powders you can use to enhance your piece. You may combine any number of these cold glass components to create jewelry or plates, which are then heated in our kilns to the desired temperatures to melt the sheets of glass together. The melting, or fusing, is permanent.

    Bullseye Kiln-glass Education Online

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