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Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-19, 7:00pm
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Outstanding Glenda

Outstanding Glenda
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-19, 11:15am
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That's Great News Dax!!!

That's Great News Dax!!!
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-17, 10:05pm
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Posted By Speedslug
Also, I have watched some of the boro folks work...

Also, I have watched some of the boro folks work with tubing and they had mentioned that letting the shape condense and shrink in a bit and puffing it out and then repeating the cycle a few times can...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-17, 8:33am
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Posted By Speedslug
The position of the break looks like classic...

The position of the break looks like classic thermal / thin versus thick kind of a thing to my limited hollow bead experience.

You may have better luck practicing with transparents. They tend to...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-14, 5:25am
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Posted By Speedslug
If I remember correctly the thing about thickness...

If I remember correctly the thing about thickness is one of those "pauses before blowing" ideas.

Seems that if you wait for a four or five count after taking the glass out of the flame, the...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-13, 11:08pm
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Posted By Speedslug
OH, I had not even thought about frit and...

OH, I had not even thought about frit and thinness and incompatibility.

Most frit comes in 93 and 96 coe from what I understand and I don't see 104 frit for sale very often but then again I don't...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2015-07-13, 2:03am
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Views: 3,387
Posted By Speedslug
I don't really know and Larry will correct me if...

I don't really know and Larry will correct me if I'm wrong again but I am thinking the heat is leaving the thin areas too fast and staying in the thicker parts near the mandrel longer.

My guess at...
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