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Old 2008-06-17, 2:06pm
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The best glue for glass and metal is Triolyse . . . just google the name, I bought mine on eBay from this vendor:

http://www.maplecityglass.com/Chemicals/adhesive.html

Hope this helps.
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Old 2008-06-17, 2:25pm
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If you can find it, I suggest the 1/2 ton version of this press.


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You can also click the link below for an inexpensive arbor press, and it has a few of the tips that work nice for flaring. Easy on the pocket-book too!

Arbor Press for lining silver beads....
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Old 2008-06-17, 6:42pm
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What size of mandrel do you use for the bead?
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Old 2008-07-14, 9:03am
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The best glue for glass and metal is Triolyse . . . just google the name, I bought mine on eBay from this vendor:

http://www.maplecityglass.com/Chemicals/adhesive.html

Hope this helps.
Hi Hayley,

I want to thank you for this tip. The glue Triolyse is the best I have ever used. When I have glue the silver cores in I put the beads with the core 30 minutes in my kiln at a temp of 45 degrees celcius.

It fits like a rock en the result is very clean!

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 2010-08-14, 2:45pm
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I know this is an old thread, but the tute by dawnandevan no longer works. Did they put up a new site?
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Old 2010-08-15, 2:46pm
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Just wondering the same, I would loooove to see the tutorial!
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