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Topic: First Circle Cut  (Read 661 times)
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joby560
« on: October 03, 2009 08:05:16 PM »



This is the first set of circles that I cut...Well, that is after the three that split in half when I tried to break away the excess glass.  Circles are tricky! -

I am planning to slump this into a bowl mold tomorrow.

Question for anyone who knows... I have a tray mold that when I slump an item into it two of the sides tend to curl and not lay flat.  I have extended the hold time at 1250 when slumping, but it still curls.  Any suggestion for how to make the side lay down on the mold as opposed to curling on 2 of the 4 sides???
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...So...This is what insanity must be like, I thought.....and I could kind of see the appeal.
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