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Old 2018-06-14, 11:34am
ThamesArtGlass ThamesArtGlass is offline
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Can anyone tell me the annealing temp in Celsius, of 104coe glass please? I havent found a definitive answer in all my books! 😬

I know that Bullseye is different. I do a lot of glass fusing, so I work with Bullseye often. And have purchased some rods to use in lampworking. However at the moment Im just using all my 104.

Any help would be very much appreciated 🤗
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Old 2018-06-14, 11:50am
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I start with 520 C..... when I'm finished with my last bead hold it for 30 min. then ramp down to 440 C ( that will take 2 hrs.) hold 440 C for 30 min. then shut down my kiln.


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Old 2018-06-14, 12:32pm
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I start with 520 C..... when I'm finished with my last bead hold it for 30 min. then ramp down to 440 C ( that will take 2 hrs.) hold 440 C for 30 min. then shut down my kiln.


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