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Old 2015-09-28, 8:47pm
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Default 96 dichro and 104? Yes/no?

I have a whole bag of 96 dichroic. I would like to cut it up and use it in my 104.... Is this advisable! Or is it all gonna crack on me?
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Old 2015-09-28, 8:51pm
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Old 2015-09-29, 6:08am
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Let me know if you decide to sell the 96. I might be interested in it for fusing.

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I have a whole bag of 96 dichroic. I would like to cut it up and use it in my 104.... Is this advisable! Or is it all gonna crack on me?
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Old 2015-09-29, 11:14am
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i would be interested in the 96 as well
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Old 2015-10-04, 12:01pm
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Turns out, that it is a bag of bullseye, there is some debate as to if it is dichroic or iridescent. Looks dichroic to me. If you send me your email, I will send you a photo, as I can't access the image loader here. Then if you want it for fusing, we can chat!

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Old 2015-10-05, 6:31am
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I'll pass if it's Bullseye. Thanks.

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Old 2015-10-05, 7:53am
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Bullseye is normally 90, so definitely won't play nicely with 104.
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