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Wednesday, 30 October 2013 07:27

The Paragon F-130 Lamp Working Kiln

Anneal large glass figurines in the Paragon F-130 lamp working kiln. The kiln plugs into a 120 volt outlet. You can also order it in 240 volts. The kiln is tested by TUV to UL and CSA standards. The spring-loaded vertical drop door includes a smaller bead door. A double gasket on the bead door helps to hold in the heat. Rare earth magnets hold the bead doors open or closed. Maintain the annealing temperature indefinitely with the Sentry Xpress computerized temperature controller. Adjust the cooling rate so the glass passes safely through the annealing range. The heating elements are mounted in the roof in pinless grooves. The kiln is made in America. This video was produced at the Paragon kiln factory in Mesquite, Texas USA. Narration: Shelia Collins; camera and editing: Arnold Howard. Learn more about Paragon Industries a www.paragonweb.com

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 12:51

The Paragon Clamshell Glass Fusing Kilns

Fuse and slump glass bracelets, jewelry, bowls, plates, and wall hangings in Paragon's square Clamshell digital glass fusing kilns. Since the kiln body lifts out of the way, you can add delicate stringers and frit to pieces that are already loaded in the kiln. This prevents jarring delicate designs. Model numbers ending in "D" are dual-opening; models ending in "S" are single-opening. The "D" models have a separate lid and kiln body. Open the lid by itself or the kiln body and lid together. The top and kiln body of the "S" models are one unit. When you open the kiln, the top and body open together. The Clamshell kilns are tested by TUV to UL and CSA standards. Paragon kilns are made in America. This video was produced at the Paragon kiln factory in Mesquite, Texas USA. Narration: Shelia Collins; camera coordinator: Adelaide Arriaga; camera and editing: Arnold Howard. Learn more about Paragon Industries a www.paragonweb.com

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 12:37

Skutt Glass Kiln Adjustable Stands

The new Skutt adjustable glass kiln stands are available now. Check out this video and see the new features which include: Locking casters, welded and powder coated steel frame, 3 optional height positions and all are sized perfectly to fit your kiln. Learn more about Skutt Kilns at www.skutt.com

Friday, 18 October 2013 12:48

Rings & Things - 1 step looper tutorial

A quick tutorial on how to use Beadsmiths 1-step looper. Creates a perfect loop in a few easy steps. Learn more about Rings & Things products at www.rings-things.com

Friday, 18 October 2013 12:26

The world of Uroboros Glass

Take a sneak peek inside the Uroboros Glass factory and see how the finest specialty art glass is made. You can also check out their products and see some world class art work made using Uroboros Glass. Learn more about Uroboros Glass Studio at www.uroboros.com

In this video Bob shows some of the common safety equipment that should be used when coldworking glass to protect your eye, ears, lungs and clothing. Learn more about His Glassworks, Inc. products at www.hisglassworks.com

In this video Bob demonstrates how to use Stacking Wax to wax together two pieces of glass in order to drill holes with diamond cores and cut through the glass piece and minimize both chipping and blowout. Bob shows how to wax a scrap piece of glass to your more important piece of glass and shows examples of how it affects the blowout and chipping from both diamond core drills and diamond saw blades on your glass. Learn more about His Glassworks, Inc. products at www.hisglassworks.com

Wednesday, 16 October 2013 10:24

Ed Hoy's International-Glaskolben Demonstration

Create holiday ornaments easily with Glaskoben, frit and a little fire. Learn more about Ed Hoy's International at www.edhoy.com

Any glass blowing supplies you need are available at Glasscraft. Whether you require borosilicate glass tubing, glass blowing tools, soft glass, glass blowing torches, kilns, beadmaking or off-hand supplies, the experienced and helpful Glasscraft team is here to help you get the equipment and information you need at a good price. We invite you to explore our digital store and pursue your passion for taming fire. Learn more about Glasscraft at www.glasscraftinc.com

A segment from Made in America showing the process of how Franklin Art Glass Studios in Columbus Ohio produces custom stained leaded glass windows. Learn more about Franklin Art Glass at www.franklinartglass.com

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