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Float-Glass-Mosaic-Tray (Beginner)
Glass Slumping:  Tutorial:  Glass Tacking:  Float Glass: 
Fusing with float glass can be great fun. It uses free glass, it's easy to do, and it's a terrific way to learn how glass responds to being fired in a kiln. There are 3 key factors to consider when working with float: Compatibility - all glass is compatible if it's from the same sheet but you can't assume any glass from any different sheet is compatible when you mix glass from different sheets. Lower COE = higher temperature - float glass varies from COE 82 to 86 and requires a hig...

About Float Glass (All)
Float Glass: 
What it is Float glass is made through a process of floating molten glass on a bed of molten tin. This produces flat sheet glass that is of a uniform thickness and free of ripples. Look around you and see how our modern urban environment depends on float glass. Pilkington patented the float process in the 1950s, and now it is the dominant process used to make almost all commercial window glass worldwide. Tin deposit Float glass picks up a layer of tin on one side during manufacture. When ...

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