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Old 2015-11-11, 2:28pm
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Talking CBS Crinklized Dichroic = MEGA SPARKLE!

Melt Glass Art Supply has OVER 40 Colors & Patterns of CBS Crinklized available right now!

Whether you are making jewelry, ornaments, coasters, platters, etc...Crinklized dichroic by CBS will really take your project up a notch.

Where dichroic sparkles, Crinklized dichroic DAZZLES!



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Old 2015-11-11, 4:47pm
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Nothing but 90coe? How about 104coe?


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Old 2015-11-11, 9:50pm
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Are you looking for large pieces of sheet dichroic in 104, or something like stringers/noodles? I'd be more than happy to bring in whatever you need. We have historically always been heavy in Coe 90, but we are expanding as needed. I've never had anyone ask me for 104 dichroic before...
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Try everyone here who works in 104, which is quite a few of us. I think everyone has their own preference as to stringers, or sheets. I tend to use sheet strips more than anything. Love to see what you come up with.
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Old 2015-11-12, 10:25am
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Do you strip the sheets yourself, or purchase them already striped? Just trying to get a read on how you are accustomed to purchasing. I will browse other 104 sites and put up another post asking the question of the readership here. Thank you so much for your input!
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I'll look at the other thread too, but to answer I use strips that are pre-cut and fused a little so they are not sharp. I just don't tend to use that much at one time, and like a variety of colors or patterns. Scrap pieces work really well for that too, like grab bags. That is mostly how I buy.
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I buy scrap too and slump in the kiln myself, it's just cheaper to go that route for me. Then I can use a bigger piece or pull it into stringer.

But, I prefer the cbs dichroic extract now since there is no coe and I use 33 and 104
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The dichroic extract is a great solution for those of us who use multiple COEs in our studio (I have 4 different COEs, so anything that is universal is a life-saver).
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