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FREE! Online Kiln-Glass Education for Kiln Frog Customers with Bullseye Videos

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FREE! Online Kiln-Glass Education for Kiln Frog Customers with Bullseye Videos

Did you know ANYONE can make glass art in ANY kiln? That's right! Glass art can be made in any kiln, even in your heat treat kiln or your ceramic kiln, or your jewelry kiln, or your blade oven! You can create any glass art your heart desires. Bullseye Glass Co. inspires glass makers everywhere, helping them build foundation skills, learn about techniques, and discover forms for projects. Bullseye Glass Co. offers many lessons, tips, and videos to help guide you in any glass art project. Each 10-15-minute kiln glass education video is designed by Bullseye instructors and appropriate for...

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Bullseye Glass Index of Frequently Asked Questions

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Bullseye Glass Index of Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have exploring questions about Bullseye Glass and how to use it?  Their Index of Frequently Asked Questions can be a helpful guide! It contains anything and everything you ever wanted to know about Bullseye Glass. So, get comfortable... this is a TON of great information!  GENERAL Is Bullseye glass COE 90? Can I use a ceramic kiln for glass? How can I learn to cut glass?  Is Bullseye glass compatible in all conditions? Is Bullseye glass food safe? What are "striking" glass colors? What should I know about studio safety? What's the specific gravity of Bullseye? How do I know which clear...

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When the Kiln Lid Flakes...

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When the Kiln Lid Flakes...

  Great information about kiln lid flakes from our friends at Paragon... At Paragon, they coat the inner lid surface of all kilns to reduce brick dust. Sometimes the refractory coating is too thick so, it will blister and flake off when the kiln is fired. An especially thick coating looks like a network of peeling cracks similar to a dried mud puddle. This cracking is due to the difference in expansion between the firebricks and the coating. Conversely, correctly applied kiln coating will look like it disappeared after the kiln has been fired. The good news is that cracked...

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Firing a Kiln in Cold Weather

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Firing a Kiln in Cold Weather

From the bomb cyclone that many experienced last week to colder than average temps across Texas, this unusual winter weather sweeping across North America is causing havoc for everyone! So, with snow swirling outside and the wind howling, this question frequently comes to mind... can you fire a kiln in an unheated basement, shed or garage? A few years ago, Arnold Howard from Paragon told us about a customer who tried to fire a digital kiln in a garage where the temperature was 30°F. The digital controller display locked at 32 degrees, and she could not clear it. After the...

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The holidays are coming — break out the punch! (The paper punch, that is)

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The holidays are coming — break out the punch! (The paper punch, that is)

Bullseye Glass Quick Tip: In this Quick Tip, you will learn how to combine punched silver foil design elements with Tomato Red Opalescent for something truly festive just in time for the holidays! Silver, in the form of thin sheets, can be fired with glass in the kiln to produce a palette of effects, ranging from subtle to dramatic. We just love the variety of effects you can get! Keep in mind, when working with foil that sometimes it can be a real pain as it's super thin and likes to stick to everything. So, before punching out shapes or cutting them...

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