1 Large Microwave Kiln & 5 Bags Fusing Glass & 10pcs Kiln Paper for Glass Fusing SK-12

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$ 41 23

What is the kilnMicrowave kiln is a new type of high temperature oven for glass melting or softening and it is popular in Europe and the United States areas.It can reach to 900°C (1650 °F) when operating.For heating about 5 minutes,small pieces of glass will be heated to soften shape and glass reprocessing completes.It is compact,safe,convenient,energy saving,environmental proctection and high efficiency.It is a good tools for lampwork glass art processinPrecautions1. Use of microwave kiln must be padded kiln paper, otherwise the glass will stick on the kiln tray. Replace each time using new kiln paper.2. If the microwave kiln is wet, the kiln paper is black and yellow instead of white. So the microwave kiln storage to be moisture-proof treatment.3. Do not put the hot microwave kiln on the microwave oven, wood products, plastic cooling.4. Do not open the microwave kiln when cooling, cold air instantly into the microwave kiln high heat environment, will cause damage to the microwave kiln.Microwave kiln of CharacteristicsSafety: microwave kiln material for high temperature heat-resistant fiber, although the maximum temperature inside the kiln up to 900°C, but the surface temperature is only about 70°C, as long as the operation properly there will be no dangerConvenience: As long as a set of microwave kiln sets and a home microwave oven, you can become jewelry designer. Simple operation, just 6 minutes to complete a work of art.Creative: it is popular in Europe and the United States, Japan and South Korea and other regions, so fashionable and elegant art, how can you miss. To achieve childhood whimsy,DIY kiln let you experience the creative fun.DIY benefits: ease the pressure, cultivate sentiment, self-cultivation and physical experienceDIY kiln advantages: small, safe, environmentally friendly, energy saving and convenient

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Deborah Z
March 25, 2018
I love this kiln for doing small pendants. Recently I began taking tiny 1/4u201d pieces placed on a scrap of kiln blanket shaped to hold pieces. I layer transparent stained glass scraps then scrap clear dichroic pieces. Fuse. Then place clear glass on top and fuse again. Interesting results. Dichroic glass works great.
Fred K.
May 9, 2016
Everything as expected, looks great.
kenneth hurst
April 28, 2016
At the moment the edges of my fused glass are rough.I think maybe the kiln paper I am using is too thick and the molten glass is finding small holes.Any thoughts on this

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