This tool is used to create a score line in the glass, so the glass will break along that line.
When scoring the glass, I should start and stop my cutter a lot, and I can start my cut in the center of the glass.
This type of pliers are good for what?
To break small pieces of glass for Mosaic
To break curved or small pieces of glass from a scored line on glass
To hold stained glass pieces while soldering to keep hands from burning
What is the name of this tool?
True or false? This tool is very inexpensive, and should be thrown in the bin, or not turned back in at all.
What is this?
Solder Iron Stand
When do you apply this to your tiffany stained glass?
This is patina, you apply it when you are soldering your pieces together
This is patina, you apply it as the absolutely last step in your process
This is patina, you choose either copper or black, and apply to the solder lines after you wash off the flux from soldering.
Glass cutting oil is very important to have on your glass cutter because...
the wheels in the glass cutters need oil to keep glass clear from the axel and lubricate so they roll smooth
the oil creates a line for the glass to break
the teacher tells me to do it, but I have no idea why
How do you apply this to your glass?
Spray on your glass, and let set for 5-10 minutes before wiping off
Drip on seams, and scrub with patina buddy
Take a few drops and buff glass and seams, then use clean clothes to continue buffing until shiny
What do you see in this picture?
These are not scissors...what is it?
Foil pattern sheer
Three blade scissors
I'm ready to copy my pattern, what do I do?
Make a copy with a copy machine and cut out the pieces with scissors
Make a copy with carbon paper, tape down the original, trace with black pen and cut one out pieces with scissors
Tape down a new paper, tape down the carbon paper black side down, tape down original copy, and trace with colored pencil, and cut out copy with pattern sheers
What is this? What is it for?
This is flux, used to cool the iron when soldering glass together
This is flux, it is used to clean the surfaces of the copper so the solder can fuse with the foil
This is flux, it is used for creating a black line along the solder line
What is this?
A one hundred and ten watt soldering iron
An eighty watt soldering iron
What is in this picture?
What tool would I use when I'm braking off a long straight score on a piece of glass?
Why is it important that you burnish the copper foil until smooth?
To make the solder shiny
Because you have to activate the glue on the tape, and that's the only way it will stick
So the flux and other liquid can not get under the copper foil and weaken the solder line
Because Mrs. Ross said to
When choosing to cut my patterns on a piece of glass, I will always plan my designs on my glass, so I am able to cut the smoother side.
When I am finished with my grout mixture, I should rinse the rest of it down the drain.
Chose the correct order of operations.
Copy pattern, cut pattern with foil sheers, cut glass patterns, grind pieces to fit, wash pieces, copper foil and burnish smooth, tack and solder seams, wash clean, patina finish, buff shiny with finishing compound
Copy pattern, tack and solder seams, cut pattern with foil sheers, wash clean, cut glass patterns,copper foil and burnish smooth, grind pieces to fit, wash pieces, patina finish, buff shiny with finishing compound
Tack and solder seams, copper foil and burnish smooth, cut pattern with foil sheers, wash pieces, copy pattern, wash clean, patina finish, cut glass patterns, grind pieces to fit, buff shiny with finishing compound
One way to put emphasis on a detail in your mosaic is to make all the glass the same exact size.
If I want to emphasize the water in my mosaic I could... (check all that might apply)
Cut solid blue glass in the a uniform shape
Cut blue glass glass in a wavy shape for texture
Use multiple colors of blue to show movement
Place one piece of a solid blue glass where the water is
Which options do we have for a patina finish? Choose all that apply.
No patina-Silver solder finish
What does 60/40 Solder mean?
60/40 solder is the cost of solder
It's 60% tin and 40% lead.
60% lead, 40% tin
60% Copper, 40% lead
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