GeorgiaWood

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  • #12957
    GeorgiaWood
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    That would be great, to have a 3 day workshop with Paul.  I could make Austin in a day I believe.  I’m in Lower Alabama near Dothan.

    #12954
    GeorgiaWood
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    That sounds great Dana, thank you for the tip.  I’ll get on the show’s mailing list so I receive next year’s details.  It’s been quite a few years since I was last in Vegas.

    Georgia

    #12929
    GeorgiaWood
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    Thank you, Paul.  I have a great resperator and will add it to my glass working area.  I’ll check the rating on it tonight.  This is a full canister resperator, is that the type you mean?

    #12951
    GeorgiaWood
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    Thank you, Dana.  There is so much to learn before I actually feel competant enough to do this on my own.  My interests are mainly in pieces similar to the lovely item on your web site, and a ring is the first mold I’ve purchased. 

     

     

    #12949
    GeorgiaWood
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    I’m new to this also.  My experience to date has been with classes, where we did not prepare molds.  Is it the opinion of those knowledgable, that once product is superior to the other? 

    #12925
    GeorgiaWood
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    I’m a newbie here and was not familiar with the product to visited my friend Google.  There I learned of concerns about the particle dust and the caution about wearing a mask or resperator,  at which point have decided to purchase ceramic molds instead.  I’m in no position to be advising anyone, just stating what are important criteria for myself.

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