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Old 2014-05-23, 2:31pm
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Default 104 coe sheet glass

Can anyone tell me who sells 104 coe sheet glass. I know Delphi does but they are always more pricey than others.
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I'd PM Ron (R4GlassStudio) at Art Glass House to see if these are in stock. I've never thought to look when I've been over there:

http://www.artglasshouse.com/pc_comb...7AC87B6298001A
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Old 2014-05-23, 3:37pm
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Thank you Eillen.
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Frantz does too. They're having free UPS this weekend for $100+ orders.
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The 104 made by Morretti/Effetre is not the best stuff if you're planning on fusing with it. You will have one try to get it right. No slumping or other firings without some serious devit. Uroborous makes 104 COE and D & L Stained Glass has it. Uro makes a great product line!
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The 104 made by Morretti/Effetre is not the best stuff if you're planning on fusing with it. You will have one try to get it right. No slumping or other firings without some serious devit. Uroborous makes 104 COE and D & L Stained Glass has it. Uro makes a great product line!
Does spray A work for the devit?

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If you can't successfully fuse with Effetre 104 sheet glass, then what can you do with it. I bought several sheets from Frantz thinking that I could fuse with it. My fusing experience is mainly with 90 Bullseye glass. Lydia ???
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The 104 made by Morretti/Effetre is not the best stuff if you're planning on fusing with it. You will have one try to get it right. No slumping or other firings without some serious devit. Uroborous makes 104 COE and D & L Stained Glass has it. Uro makes a great product line!
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Does spray A work for the devit?

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A lot of time devitrification in sheet glass happens from ramping up to slow. The same thing will happen when bending certain colors etc. I learned this one
from doing replacement panels for bent glass lamps years ago.
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I fuse with it when I plan on sandblasting the piece, and in any event I usually get through a single fuse with no devit, it shows up in subsequent firings.
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