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What is Warm Glass?

By HotPot Norge, Mar 17 2013 10:00AM

The term warm glass refers to fusing, slumping, and other glass processes which take place at temperatures between 600 and 925 degrees Celsius.


Compared to glassblower's working temperatures, which often exceed 1100 degrees Celsius.


In the next few weeks in Q & A the we'll be covering the basic definitions of:


Fusing

Slumping

Forming

Combing


Fusing
Fusing
Slumping
Slumping
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