Little glass balls

Hi,

I've had a look on the search facility and online but I cannot find much info on how to do something in particular. I want to make little glass balls for embellishing fused glass pendants/tiles/panels etc...and can't find how it's done.

I expect that the balls start off as little squares of bullseye and then put them in a hot kiln so that they draw up. What temperature should I use? What sort of programme and timing? I expect I could vent immediately as they won't really shock?

Thank you in advance :)

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The hunt is over after I was looking through the projects above, the fold over bailed pendants have the info I was looing for on. Just like the 'A' Team, I love it when a plan comes together :)

  You can also lay course

 

You can also lay course frit out on the shelf, separate it and fire to full fuse. You'll get nice little solid color frit balls!

 

 

 

I just use a torch and a

I just use a torch and a charcoal block. works like a charm.

Heat it in the torch. Balls up beautifully.

Barry Kaiser

Web Site    www.kaiserglass.com

Glass Classes:   www.Kaiserglass.com/classes.html

Tutorials      www.kaiserglass.com/tutorials.html

Thank you Mr Kaiser, helpful

Thank you Mr Kaiser, helpful as per usual Smile

That's sounds like fun, I

That's sounds like fun, I shall have a go at that too!

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