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Forum: Auctions, self promotion, and related things 2017-05-24, 6:04am
Replies: 1
Views: 590
Posted By squirrellglider
Puffy Mandrels.

I am a member of a small group of glass artists who wanted some puffy mandrels that weren't readily available here in OZ, so I made some for the group. I now have some left over of the following...
Forum: Site Announcements 2015-12-26, 6:32am
Replies: 73
Views: 67,004
Posted By squirrellglider
group buy?

A group of us Australian lamp workers have just organised a group buy of fine stainless steel tube for puffy mandrels. It appears that the minimum purchase of tube is going to make more mandrels than...
Forum: Safety 2013-04-07, 5:06am
Replies: 7
Views: 2,264
Posted By squirrellglider
Hello Juls, If you try Hare and Forbes...

Hello Juls,
If you try Hare and Forbes P/L they have excellent cetrifugal fans for sawdust extraction systems, and I think they sell them separately from their systems. hope this is useful. ...
Forum: Safety 2013-02-08, 2:26am
Replies: 11
Views: 3,502
Posted By squirrellglider
There are many causes for metallic taste and, or...

There are many causes for metallic taste and, or smell reaction. The test for silver though fortunately is relatively easy, so get a silver checkup first to eliminate that and then you can start...
Forum: Safety 2013-02-06, 3:59am
Replies: 6
Views: 1,689
Posted By squirrellglider
Hello Lisa, all the colours in glass are...

Hello Lisa,
all the colours in glass are produced by heavy metal oxides, all the way from common ones like nickel, iron, and cobalt to the rare eath metals like cerium and neodymium. If you...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2013-01-08, 5:01am
Replies: 11
Views: 1,517
Posted By squirrellglider
Hello Charli, Eileen is right, and...

Hello Charli,
Eileen is right, and following in the same vein, you could, depending on the size of your kiln, make glass tiles from recycled window glass and use vitreous enamels as your...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2013-01-04, 7:14am
Replies: 8
Views: 1,515
Posted By squirrellglider
Welding filler rods will come as mm thickness or...

Welding filler rods will come as mm thickness or guage thickness depending on which country your in.
3/32 will be pretty close to 2mm and I think in the us you use guage which we abandoned here in...
Forum: Safety 2012-12-26, 4:46pm
Replies: 56
Views: 43,873
Posted By squirrellglider
I started my working life in a cadetship in...

I started my working life in a cadetship in production and chemical engineering with Dunlop Australia in the early sixties and HF and it's derivitives were in the arsenal of materials that were used...
Forum: Customer Service Kiosk 2012-12-26, 5:46am
Replies: 73
Views: 8,070
Posted By squirrellglider
forgive my ignorance, but are the goldstone...

forgive my ignorance, but are the goldstone chunks the same stuff that lapidarists use for cutting cabochon jewellery pieces from?? Terry
Forum: Boro Room 2012-12-12, 7:56am
Replies: 17
Views: 3,413
Posted By squirrellglider
Hello C.J. if you decide to get serious...

Hello C.J.
if you decide to get serious about mixing your own colours you are going to need a kiln capable of melting at least 50 odd kilo of glass, thats about 100 plus pounds in your money....
Forum: Website help and critique 2012-11-20, 1:16am
Replies: 28
Views: 17,409
Posted By squirrellglider
Hello Anja, you could slightly...

Hello Anja,
you could slightly modify your name to tigerlady or get floral and go tigerlilly.
hope this helps a little, Terry!!
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