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    Helynn
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    Can anyone help me please.

    I have some 96 COE frit which I want to cast into a shallow mould, the cast shape being 190mm wide, 240mm long and about 6mm thick, and plan taking it to 800 degrees C for a total fuse.

    I already have a  mould made, just of plaster of paris.  Would my glass be OK to this temperature, or will I need to make a new mould to include flint.  It would be helpful and obviously save time if I could use the mould I already have made.

    Heather

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    Stephen Richard
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    Yes you will need a mould containing flint, about 50/50

    Stephen Richard

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