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Aside from quickly adhering bails to cabochons to make pendants, No Days Bailbond can be used to attach cabochons to earring findings, rings, bracelets, purse hangers, cufflinks and more! This project sheet will walk you through the process of creating fused glass cabochons for purse hangers, bracelets and pendants with bezels.
|300 dph||600º F||30 min|
|300 dph||1000º F||30 min|
|300 dph||1100º F||10 min|
|50 dph||1250º F||20 min|
|500 dph||1480º F||10 min|
|AFAP||960º F||45 min|
|100 dph||800º F||0 min|
|200 dph||700º F||0 min|
|400 dph||100º F||0 min|
[Assumptions: 2 layers of standard thickness glass (3mm or 1/8") stacked to make a thickness of 6mm or 1/4"]The firing schedule is fairly conservative, so you shouldn't have any breakage. However, please note that this firing schedule is just a general guideline. It is up to the user to take into acount their glass fusing setup and design, materials used and kiln being used to yield their desired results.
dph = degrees per hour (Fahrenheit)
AFAP = as fast as possible, represented by 9999 when programming your kiln
min = minutes