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David Jenkins wrote:Were the 5-6 rods visible in the image originally there to help arrange the glass pieces before the melt? YES Did they perhaps roll around when the glass started melting and allow the volume to shift towards the center while the rack was beginning to fall in? I think so Not sure that has anything to do with the frame collapsing in the first place, though. ME neither, I simpley think that this is not really SS
That frame looks like an oven rack - was it? YES IT IS - but it was sold to me being SS...Do you know the type of SS it was made from? E.g., 316? Unfortunately I do not know
Dairy Queen wrote:HaVi, I have switched to a ceramic grid. Ii gives me huge control over the results. Not at home, so have no photos. But I make flat ceramic grids with however many holes of desired size. My favorite is a slotted sheet of clay, one inch wide slots running parallel, or even crossing. I'll get photos.
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