Creating glass fuse jewellery requires expensive equipment such as large brick kilns to run large production. The development of specially made small microwave kilns has brought this interesting hobby into beginner's hobby range.
This new kiln is made with special materials similar to materials used to protect the space shuttle when re-entering the earth's atmosphere. They are very light and compact and can be used in microwaves ranging from 800 to 1200 watts. If you are looking for fusible glass supplies then you can check out COE90 glass precut shapes.
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They do not mean toys for young children to use but are targeted at young to old and provide an economical way to get acquainted with glass fuses. This new kiln allows you to make amazing glass jewellery such as earrings, bracelets, brooches, and more.
Kiln opens in two parts. All you need to do is open two parts of the furnace to reveal a small print where you can place one or more pieces of coloured glass. Close the kiln halves and put it in the microwave. All it takes is 3 minutes and your glass will melt, making interesting and unique jewellery.
It is very easy. You can buy these kilns separately from many places but we recommend that beginners start with a kit that contains all the equipment and materials you need.