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Looking for a copy of Glasseye 2000 Pro that will work on Windows 7............ by Goofette
Looking for a copy of Glasseye 2000 Pro that will work on Windows 7............
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June 20th 12 06:16 AM
by Optiltelehalt Go to last post
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Where can I buy cerium oxide glass polishing powder? by Mike J.
Hello, Can someone tell me where I can buy cerium oxide glass polishing powder? I prefer to buy it from a distributor. Thanks. Mike
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January 19th 18 10:55 AM
by Olden Go to last post
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Where can I find glass cylinder hurricane candle shades? by Ken Whitaker
I have a 9 x 4 pillar candle that is to be burned at an outdoor wedding. I need a glass sleeve, 14 or 15 inches tall, to shield the flame from the wind. It would be best if it was open at the bottom, but a vase-style would be OK, too. I found one that is shaped like an hour glass, with an...
August 27th 03 12:55 AM
by Mike Firth Go to last post
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Where to buy Prince Rupert's Drop by Keith Patrick
Does anyone know where to buy a Prince Rupert's Drop online? I looked for one years ago as a gift to no avail, and was reminded of my search recently.
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September 6th 03 02:51 AM
by Randy Go to last post
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milropa paperweights? by [email protected]
I have two beautiful glass paperweights made by Milropa Studios. Does anyone know anything about this studio, and have any idea of their current value? Thanks. E-mail response appreciated.
August 16th 14 07:23 PM
by inkedpastrychef Go to last post
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Building a kiln controller by liam potts
I am looking to build a controller for my kiln its 240 30 amp it has 4 240 6kw elements in it. I was thinking of using the Omega CN1501 Series http://www.omega.com/ppt/pptsc.asp?ref=CN1501. I am a little confused on how many relays an output can control I assume its one for one but I am not sure....
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February 16th 05 03:36 AM
by Edward Dluzen Go to last post
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2 Attachment(s) stretching bottle necks by Phil
Hi there, I know that a similar question was asked not long ago, so forgive me for trying to squeeze a little extra info from you experts. How do you stretch the neck (alone) of a bottle - as I'm sure you've all seen, the neck can be stretched and twisted massively while the rest of the bottle...
November 6th 05 03:56 AM
by nJb Go to last post
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Heat Resistant Glass Paint by [email protected]
I want to paint some light bulbs I have in my lamps. One is a halogen bulb so gets pretty hot. Are there any heat resistant glass paints on the market. Any help, or alternative suggestions apreciated. Regards Justin
October 18th 05 05:22 AM
by Mike Firth Go to last post
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cress fx-27p kiln info wanted by Liam
I've found info on fx-27, but cant figure out what the p means on fx-27p. I'm planning on buying this kiln at auction tomorow so if anybody knows speak up soon. Liam
April 10th 04 02:25 PM
by suzilem Go to last post
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Melting methods of Fused Cast AZS Block by refractory
Melting methods of Fused Cast AZS Block Fused cast AZS block is also called fusion cast AZS block and fused cast Al2O3-ZrO2-SiO2 block. AZS is the abbreviation of Al2O3, ZrO2 and SiO2. Fused cast AZS block is composed of 50%-70% Al2O3, 20%-40% ZrO2 and a small amount of SiO2 and other components....
December 14th 15 09:44 AM
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For Sale Slightly used Glastar mini passer and dust collector by pcgizzmo
I am selling my minipasser cabinet w/dust collector. The cabinet is slightly used maybe 20-30 times for etching of window glass and fused glass bowls. It is perfect for most small to medium glass items and has slits in the side to pass the glass through if it is to big. Here is a link to the...
January 20th 15 09:30 PM
by Chemo the Clown[_2_] Go to last post
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Cement Mixer as rock tumbler by NovySan
OK, so I just got back from my first visit to Glass Beach in Ft. Bragg. It was utterly amazing and wonderful. I have an idea that will require quite a bit of tumbled sea glass. Luckily I drink a lot of things that come in beautifully colored bottles (love that Sapphire...). My question is, has...
October 7th 04 01:51 PM
by Rusty Mase Go to last post
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What are the characteristics of Mullite Brick? by refractory
Mullite brick with mullite as phase of high aluminum refractory material. Has higher refractoriness, can reach more than 1790 ℃. So what quality characteristics does Mullite brick have? 1. The brick binder of mullite brick. Mullite brick uses adhesive to connect between contact, therefore, the...
August 16th 16 09:44 AM
by refractory Go to last post
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ammonium chloride (sal ammoniac) by [email protected]
okay...i think that someone here told me how to 'make a block' from ammonium chloride crystals... i can't find that information. would you be so kind as to tell me again...about a pound of the stuff is on its way...it's good to have friends in the chemistry department of my former place of...
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November 29th 13 02:53 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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how to apply cerium oxide to polish polyurethane plastic by Jack
Hi, I am considering using this to polish some cubes I have cast to get a translucent and shiny surface, but I wanted to know how this was done, as the product is in powder form...do I add water or is there some special application approach to using cerium oxide ? thank you jack posemsky
September 15th 03 08:10 PM
by nJb Go to last post
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Refractory Selection for the Container Glass Furnace by refractory
Container glass is a type of glass for the production of glass containers, such as bottles, jars, drinkware, and bowls. With the increasing of the demand for the container glass, the quality requirement for the container glass is higher too. Refractory is one of the most important factors that...
September 15th 15 10:44 AM
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cutting circles out of glass - tips ? by Adrian Brentnall
Hi All Fresh from my success with the big (to me!) stained glass window ... - the new project requires me to cut a hole out of a piece of 'art' glass. The hole needs to be circular - and in the region of 1" to 2.5" diameter... I have the Morton hole-cutter attachment - and have become reasonably
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April 15th 04 09:42 PM
by Randy Go to last post
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Seeking Canadian source for front-surface mirror by Mike Figgy
Yeh- us! Fantasy In Glass Glassworks- www.fantasyinglass.com Canada's first and still only officially sanctioned stained glass supplier 703 The Queensway, Toronto, CANADA M8Y 1l2 Tel:1-800-841-5758 "Hugh Bothwell" wrote in...
August 13th 03 04:21 PM
by Carol Glass Smith & Co. Go to last post
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waterjet cutting by [email protected]
You can find examples of stained glass cut with a water jet he http://semyx.com/glass.html Prices can be much less than $200k if you don't need a lot of features.
September 6th 12 02:55 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Stained Glass Software by Michael[_2_]
I have got several transom-shaped windows in my house. Stained glass windows to fit inside of them will be my first foray into stained glass. I am not much of an artist, but from all the pattern books I've found available, that shouldn't prove to be much problem. Choosing the proper glass to use...
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July 24th 07 05:38 AM
by Lauri Levanto Go to last post
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