Cut, Fuse, Repeat (Part 2)
Already, the glass has lost much of the “scrappy” look:
One more trip to the tile saw and then to kiln will complete the transformation.
Again you should cut 3/8 inch wide bars – but this time cut across the bars that we just fused together – like this:
This trip to the tile saw results into this new, wonderful set of glass bars:
As you did with the first pass, we are going to re-arrange the bars and fuse them back into a slab. This time, though, we’re going to add a window to make our piece more interesting.
Click the “Final Design Setup” link below to continue.