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I Do Have Some Mapp, I'll Try It. Glue Would Work But What Fun Is That? Does Glass Ever Get To A Point Where It Would Flow Or Does It Just Get Mushy?
Try using propane as i'm a marble maker ( boro ) i promise you it will get plenty hot.
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i use honeycomb technique with colors like ga amazon night/lagoon etc. heat tip of rod to size you want, place small dots of clear around the tip and then between those down the gather, melt in all at once, punti fix bottom to shape you want, pop in kiln. for already made marbles you can use glue, im loving triolyse at the moment works great heres one link for it sets up in 30 sec, full cure at 6 hrs at 70 degrees f http://www.delphiglass.com/index.cfm...emsysid=187908
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It's so great. Thanks a lots.
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great stuff everyone this thread was informative...especially since im a newbie
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Can I Do Glass

A couple of weeks ago I posted a question trying to find someone who could cut / drill holes in glass but I did not have much success finding anyone.
I have now found someone who can do this and he will come to your place to do it.
So if anyone else needs this done his contact details are: Peter Blythe, Phone 9402 2887, hope this is of help to others. Spin
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