Glass fusing is a technique in which thin layers of glass are usually layered on top of each other and colors are used to create different patterns. This is known as stacking. This stack is then placed in an electric kiln and heated. Eventually, the fragments are bonded and the temperature is rapidly reduced to avoid delamination.
The bonded part is then allowed to cool over time until it reaches the proper temperature, which is essential for the annealing process. This is done so that uneven cooling does not occur and there is no damage to the product.
Glass Fusing Supplies
COE90 DichroMagic Dichroic glass supplies, tools, and accessories can get expensive if you don't compare prices from multiple stores. If you can't find a store near you, you can look for it online. You can compare prices from different thermal protection providers. If you are a beginner, you can start by buying only the things you need.
Breaking Pliers: These are used to pry the glass into as many pieces as desired. These pliers are extremely useful when you need to trim small regions. The fusible glass lower jaw's small, curved shape lets you go into tight locations while providing enough leverage to keep you comfortable.
Oil cutting: Nowadays glass cutters have chambers that can be filled with oil. Earlier saws were used for cutting by dipping in oil. The type of oil used is a personal preference. You can use kerosene, motor oil, heating oil, lamp oil, or any other oil of your choice.