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Tac fuse for pebbles

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Tac fuse for pebbles

Postby byjoanna » Mon Nov 17, 2014 7:06 pm

I remembered from something that I cover a circle with pebbles then tac and slump. I have one layer circle and covered it with pebbles. Need suggestions for firing schedule - I don't want to loose the texture but I want the pebbles to most definately be attached. Thanks

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Re: Tac fuse for pebbles

Postby rosanna gusler » Mon Nov 17, 2014 10:39 pm

wont work. glass will break on cool dowd. r.
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Re: Tac fuse for pebbles

Postby jim simmons » Tue Nov 18, 2014 7:12 pm

Glass pebbles or rock pebbles?

Glass will work, rocks will not.

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Re: Tac fuse for pebbles

Postby Charlotte Kay » Thu Nov 20, 2014 3:09 pm

I think she means fused glass "pebbles" that you make from breaking up a pattern bar or pot melt. Kinda like frit balls.

I have used either the 2-layer or the 3-layer fusing schedules for a tack fuse on fusedglass.org Depends on how thick your base circle is and how thick your pebbles are. You want to use the thickest measurement in your calculations.

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Re: Tac fuse for pebbles

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