Skills and Techniques Ending Bubble Trouble Avoiding Bubbles Between Layers of Fused Glass

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by Paul Tarlow

Things that encourage the formation of bubbles in fused glass include side heat, texture between layers, and large size. Techniques that can help remedy the problem include stacking the smooth side to the textured side of the glass, prefiring layers to smooth the surface, and creating glass powder sandwiches between layers.

This article was originally published on page 48 of the November/December 2017 issue of Glass Art.



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