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Making Lime Murrini. Hi there, I've a brand new tutorial just listed for the first time on Esty called Making Lime Murrini. It is a 37 page 6.2mb pdf ebook with 135 pictures that shows you how to make your own semi-circular citrus murrini cane. And there are 3 bonus mini tutes in it too.r/lampwork: Torch workers unite! From boro flamework to soft glass beads, we cover everything dealing with lampworking and flameworking.Measuring units of length can be tricky when you have to deal with two totally different systems of measurement. Converting from the Metric system (meters, centimeters, kilometers,...lampwork etc. 2009 glass bead calendar... The 2009 Glass Bead Calendar featuring 36 LampworkEtc. artists is available now!! I'm Mrs. …A friendly place to bring together glass and jewelry artistsHere is what we found: Flame Measurements of Torches Running on 5 LPM, 5 psi concentrator (Invacare) Nortel Minor. candle length: 0.330”. shoulder width: 0.850-0.860”. flame length: 11”. small pinpoint flame: fairly small flame. Nortel Mega Minor. candle length: 0.350”.The graphite plate was ruined and the kiln floor was a mess. It was a huge $300.00 graphite plate - not some cheap junk. The graphite liners are thin sheets ~to keep kiln dust off the glass. A thick graphite plate would be asking for it (no matter the cost) ~For fusing use a ceramic kiln shelf coated in kiln wash. ~To cast in graphite...The Creation Station is kind of expensive, and I tend to try simpler "fixes" first. (You can also read that as "cheaper!" ) I have a pair of kneepads (like for cycling) that I slip on my elbows so I can lean on the table without pain.I did about 6 beads and I only was able to get one loose. The mandrels were coated with sludge (bead release) and then once cooled, I put it into water to get the bead release a bit softer and I still cant get them off the mandrels!?caliglassguy. 2014-01-06, 10:04pm. Well I finally got my new Champion torch up and running. Built a foot switch for it had some extension hoses made at my local weld supply store, and fired it up. My first thoughts were, it seemed to carbon up quite a bit, but I had to double check Bethlehem's web site for recommended pressures and I had the ...Picking the right SUV is a daunting task for seniors now that the automotive landscape has seen a drastic change over the years. These include all the car models from Germany, Brit...Photo Editing and Picture Taking. Advice, tutorials, questions on all things photoshop, photo editing, and taking pictures of beads or glass.As technology rapidly evolves, it is no surprise that toll gate fees are also undergoing significant changes. One of the most significant trends in toll gate fees is the widespread...The Striking Sequence. Heat the glass until translucent, glass is almost droopy at this point. Cool until the glow is gone, amber tones bloom. Reheat at the tip of the flame until it glows orange. Observe the first strike as dark brown/dark purple tones bloom. Repeat cooling and heating to yield purples and blues.I've used CIM Sepia to cover silver foil. Can't find the picture. Also Effetre straw yellow over gold dichro is a nice sparkly gold. eta- found it.There are 5 styles of icicles. Three are made with rods and one is blown, and one is made with scrap from blown ornaments. There are four styles of blown ornaments as well as a …Sorry if this is a silly question but my friend who is a collector gave me some keys to do some lampwork on. I tested them all and they all adhere to the magnet. I believe this is what it's supposed to do Thanks for any tips anyone has to offer.Huge variety of Glassblowing Supplies, Lampworking Supplies and Tools.Heat the tip of a rod a little, attach a punty, and pull immediately. It's usually a two-stage webbing process for me. Melt it in, let the bead cool back down to a point that it's not sagging at all, then reheat in the hottest part of the flame to pretty hot. I use a mega minor. Works for me.In the world of awesomely fun kids’ TV, the Nickelodeon TV network holds its own against strong competitors like The Disney Channel and Cartoon Network. Besides all its auxiliary s...2010-09-19, 7:44am. Crap crap crap! The power went out last night while my kiln was ramping down. :sad: I have no idea how long it was out. When I went to get my beads out it was back up to the garaging temp. What are the odds that my beads will be okay? artwhim. 2010-09-19, 8:17am.Here's the thread from Lampwork, Etc.http://www.lampworketc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=139952Thanks for …Mar 2, 2024 ... ... etc., etc… CCGlassArt cannot be held responsible for any negative results you may incur attempting these techniques. © Copyright CCGlassArt ...Missing the old Lampwork Etc. forum where we chat about silver glass, share recipes and how to's, and support each other. Finally adding some rules: Rules: • State the silver glass(es) used when...I dont care to but pyrex for two reasons ~Its owned by the DOW chemical corp. and it seems to come scraped up like it was drug behind a truck not to mention there seems to be stretched out air bubbles in the wall that makes one side of the bubble flat. Schott Duran is the goods in my book. __________________.Shopping online can be a great way to find the best deals on products from Collections Etc. With a wide selection of home décor, apparel, and more, you can find the perfect item fo...DEWAR is the correct spelling. I use them in my studio and we typically get about 4 weeks out of them. It certainly pays to discuss what you are doing with your oxygen supplier - one local supplier gets me a dewar with zero pressure, and these tanks, once pressurized to about 75 psi (by me with the …When it comes to online shopping, one of the biggest concerns for customers is the hassle of returning items. However, with Collections Etc’s convenient easy return label, this wor...The sum of the first 100 odd numbers is 10,000. There are 100 odd numbers between 1 and 199, and each pair from the start and end of the sequence (e.g. 1 and 199, 3 and 197, etc.) ...Mike has a thread in the "sale rack" about the new CIM pink. The Cranberry Pink went to a few testers, but in-as-much as rubino oro, cranberry, gold pink or whatever name you want to call it is one of the most difficult colors to get to work correctly, or at least requires expert skill, I will just wait until we begin selling it and let our customers tell us …r/lampwork: Torch workers unite! From boro flamework to soft glass beads, we cover everything dealing with lampworking and flameworking.In my first beadmaking class we used vermiculite and the beads were dusty, but most are still in tact over a decade later. I started with a fiber blanket at home, and still sometimes use it if I do a little demo at a bead store but go home to batch anneal in the kiln.I've unetched stuff before, just stick it on a bead release coated mandrel and prop it up so that it's not touching anything & fire at 1100-1200 for about 15-30 minutes, then anneal as normal. You might need to experiment a little, the idea is to melt the outside a wee bit without melting the inner part enough to move.Are you looking to spruce up your home or find unique gifts for loved ones? Look no further than the Collections Etc catalog. With a wide range of products that cater to every tast...Discussion for all things Beads of Courage; the only not-for-profit, arts-in-medicine program putting to use the talents of glass beadmakers to uplift children dealing …This is a two book set of volume I and II of Bandhu Scott Dunham's series on Contemporary Lampworking. Taken together these two books and the following book, Volume III make up a series which is the lampworking equivalent to Oppi Untracht's "Jewelry: Concepts And Technology", i.e. a definitive survey on …Thats around $600 for the Homefill, $250 for the concentrator, and $150 for the whip. The prices are assuming everything is used, the new market on these products is $3500 for the Homefill and ~$1000 for a concentrator, but that is *heavily* inflated since old people bill the government and insurance companies.Virtually every range hood you can get through places like Lowes and Home Depot is also inadequate for what most of us want or end up needing as a lampworking vent system. The only exception is a link Dale M once found to a really nice range hood that had a fan with ~900 cfm - seemed to fit typical lampworking …Missing the old Lampwork Etc. forum where we chat about silver glass, share recipes and how to's, and support each other. Finally adding some …I've used CIM Sepia to cover silver foil. Can't find the picture. Also Effetre straw yellow over gold dichro is a nice sparkly gold. eta- found it.Thats around $600 for the Homefill, $250 for the concentrator, and $150 for the whip. The prices are assuming everything is used, the new market on these products is $3500 for the Homefill and ~$1000 for a concentrator, but that is *heavily* inflated since old people bill the government and insurance companies.2) Locate a local lampworking person, group or shop and see what they are doing in regard to UK rules. 3) Ask GTT for suggestions as they sell torches all over the world. And see what they have to say about UK connection issues. The overall problem is that lampworking is an uncommon use and most plumbers try to apply the standard rules.Dec 6, 2016 ... Making pretty pendants out of your scrap glass - - ends of stringers, broken glass pieces, etc. Just make sure all your glass is the same ...Sorry if this is a silly question but my friend who is a collector gave me some keys to do some lampwork on. I tested them all and they all adhere to the magnet. I believe this is what it's supposed to do Thanks for any tips anyone has to offer.I am still trapping air in between the items I am trying to encase. I suspect that temperature may be one of the problems. Question 1: How hot does the Stump Sucker body needs to be and how do you get it to the right temperature? Question 2: How hot do the items (inclusions) to be encased need to be before …Get your copy of the new Lampwork Etc. Tutorials and Tips Book To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 5 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. #3 ... Handmade Artist Lampwork Jewelry …Lampwork Etc. > Library > Tips, Techniques, and Questions Miscellaneous questions about setting up a small, in-home lampworking studioNov 11, 2017 ... Here is an example of how to make multi-layered Mandala-type beads. Of course, there are so many varieties of designs, colors, etc. that you ...Get your copy of the new Lampwork Etc. Tutorials and Tips Book To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 5 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. #22 2009-08-15, 9:44pm Nitadee. Glassy Broad :-) Join Date: Mar 29, 2008. Location: Eugene Oregon. Posts: 1,935 ...Mike has a thread in the "sale rack" about the new CIM pink. The Cranberry Pink went to a few testers, but in-as-much as rubino oro, cranberry, gold pink or whatever name you want to call it is one of the most difficult colors to get to work correctly, or at least requires expert skill, I will just wait until we begin selling it and let our customers tell us …Lampwork is the term used for making beads and other shapes from melting and forming glass. Two types of glass are used - soft glass and hard borosilicate ...Ross, XpertVillage and Kate Drew Wilkinson are a few of my favorites. Does anyone else have any favorite, or "must see" YouTube videos that cover detailed, advanced lampwork bead making? Aleta. Last edited by Shrimp; 2009-03 …Thank you - I really appreciate the encouragement. Working this up to let people make fun beads for sick little ones is such a worthy cause! The BOC cause is special to me because we just adopted 3 severely neglected and abused little ones this past year.A while ago a got a couple of rods of the Fire Lotus to play with. I was able to get all sorts of cool colors with it. I later purchased a whole pound of the stuff, worked it the same way I did before, and I don't get the time of day from the glass.1- Form a thin (2-3mm) disk of clear glass that measures a diameter of approximately 2 inches. TIP: The thicker sized mandrel you use, the easier it is to control this disk.Sep 14, 2022 ... ... lampworking techniques, where we cover everything from basic shapes to complex designs. As seen on Lampwork Etc, lampworking is a versatile ...The Artist. The passion for lampworking came alive when Joe (also known as Red Riot) first sat down in front of a torch – the torch ...Thats around $600 for the Homefill, $250 for the concentrator, and $150 for the whip. The prices are assuming everything is used, the new market on these products is $3500 for the Homefill and ~$1000 for a concentrator, but that is *heavily* inflated since old people bill the government and insurance companies.The Art Academy of Cincinnati offers lampwork classes. It is in Over-the Rhine. There is a place called Nesoles where you can individual lessons.Over the course of 23 pages and 120+ images, I explain in complete detail how to make two different sea turtle beads on mandrels, and two variations of offhand sea turtle pendants, including the tide pool sea turtles! Images in the listing are examples of what can be made following my tutorial--your colors may vary.The role of godparents is meant to be a very significant one. Parents designate certain people to help watch over and guide their children. This role is sometimes passed along to o...3. While you can use the Thompson enamels formulated for glass as decoration, I do not recommend using them as a base layer, especially if you're going to add very much glass on top. A jar of white undercoat is a small investment in the longevity of your piece. 4. Be aware of the alloy on your copper.Missing the old Lampwork Etc. forum where we chat about silver glass, share recipes and how to's, and support each other. Finally adding some …Photo Editing and Picture Taking. Advice, tutorials, questions on all things photoshop, photo editing, and taking pictures of beads or glass.Oct 19, 2017 ... Comments24 · Making Small Glass Beads for Earrings, Dangles, etc. · Colorful Lampwork Twistie with Silver Glass Tutorial + Recipe (& what I would...Page 2-Upcoming classes, retreats, special events, Get togethers. Please delete your thread when the event is over.The Creation Station is kind of expensive, and I tend to try simpler "fixes" first. (You can also read that as "cheaper!" ) I have a pair of kneepads (like for cycling) that I slip on my elbows so I can lean on the table without pain.And in closing, you will also need eight 1/4"-20 x 12 machine screws with matching nuts. And when measuring the pieces for the sides, the ONLY important thing you need to be concerned about are the holes. Make sure the holes are even on all the sides. (The legs determine the height.If your looking for round beads with calla lily designs, it's not too difficult to do. Start by encasing your stamen color rod with clear and pull. make your bead, add vines if you want, then, put your small dots where you want your lilies to be, than spot heat each, then, with a sharp razor, crease just the top, then cover each with clear, melt it, then spot …DEWAR is the correct spelling. I use them in my studio and we typically get about 4 weeks out of them. It certainly pays to discuss what you are doing with your oxygen supplier - one local supplier gets me a dewar with zero pressure, and these tanks, once pressurized to about 75 psi (by me with the …Hi Michele! I definitely read through your shed thread (), and think it's great that your DH is building that for you.Mine's not handy at all, so I'll be building my own shed with my brother. Anyway, I did check out the local hardware stores and the ones they had available were WAY too big (I currently have a 6x8' concrete slab), didn't have …Lampwork is the term used for making beads and other shapes from melting and forming glass. Two types of glass are used - soft glass and hard borosilicate ...In the world of awesomely fun kids’ TV, the Nickelodeon TV network holds its own against strong competitors like The Disney Channel and Cartoon Network. Besides all its auxiliary s...1) make your base bead. 2) add Elektra as decoration or encase your base bead with it. 3) heat it HOT but not molten/drooping. 4) take it from the flame, keep rotating the mandrel and let the glow disappear. 5) cover the holes on your HH torch with aluminum (make a hood with a handle ahead of time) - be careful, it gets hot (and it makes a ...Photo Editing and Picture Taking. Advice, tutorials, questions on all things photoshop, photo editing, and taking pictures of beads or glass. Photographing Jewelry/Beads. by lampworker1. 2022-05-26 2:39pm. 714. 6,777. Business as usual. Website help and critique.Location: Up and down I-95. Posts: 4,389. You should stick with glass from the same bottle, window, etc. Even if the bottles are the same brand and color, it doesn't mean the COE is the same.*. You can add other things that aren't COE dependant like a little gold leaf, some silver leaf and things like that.. Dec 28, 2016 - Explore Eva Cadkova (Eskiebeads)'s board "Free lAm I burning my glass? Tips, Techniques, and Quest To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 5 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 5 or greater. Lampwork Etc. > Library > Tips, Techniques, and Questions > Output 12V DC 500mA. Strip about an inch of the wire lead and use electrical tape to attach it to 4" heavy copper wire leads. Make an s shape out of the wire so it hangs over the edge of the glass jar and you can hang the copper from the bottom section of the S that will hang in your salt solution.Once you get the murrini applied to the bead you have to be very careful about how much heat you put into the glass. If your piece is getting too hot then the murrini will run and smear as the glass around it begins to flow. Returns are an inevitable part of the shopping experience, but they...

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