|GLASS CASTING AND MOLDMAKING
Glass Fusing Book Three
by Boyce Lundstrom
This book is used by those expanding on their fusing techniques and by non-fusers who want the information on making and use of molds for glass forming.
Glass casting includes many diverse practices, some involving pouring molten glass and some which do not. All these techniques can be accomplished using the kiln and a crucible. You will find mold recipes as well as methods for handling them.
|The methods include:|
The book is finished with a lay-flat binding to make it usable as you work in your studio
FROM THE BOOK:
"Soaking, or slaking, the plaster after it is introduced into the water is very important. Soaking allows each plaster particle to be completely saturated with water so that it is easier to disburse. Plaster mixes become completely wetted after two to four minutes. Short cuts in soaking will negatively influence the effectiveness of the mixing and, consequently, the quality of the finished glass mold."
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