Fuseworks Craft Kiln Kit - 90 COE
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  • Everything you need to start fusing in one easy kit!
  • Get a huge variety of 90 COE fusible glass in one convenient package
  • The perfect size for small spaces
  • Firing chamber measures 8" diameter x 4" high
  • Glass is made in the U.S.A.

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Start Fusing with the Fuseworks Craft Kiln Kit
Get started making fused glass art the easy and ultra-affordable way! This all inclusive kit includes a fiber body kiln plus all the glass and fusing supplies you'll need. Just grab your glass cutter to get started fusing today.

The fiber kiln with stainless steel reinforcing bands is designed to let you create jewelry, coasters and other small items quickly. There's no complicated firing schedules to understand, just set the timer to fire. The convenient table-top kiln has a clam-shell style lid which contains the heating elements and a simplified timer control. Firing chamber measures 8" diameter x 4" high. Cord measures 6 feet long. Runs on 120v.

Kit includes 14 pieces of sheet glass, 3 white, 3 clear, and 8 assorted colors, measuring 4" x 4". Pack also includes assorted colors of 2 oz frits, 1 oz bag of dichroic scrap, 2 oz of variety bits and pieces, 2 oz of assorted stringers measuring and an 18" square of 1/16" fiber paper. A wonderfully convenient way to build a fusible color palette! Ideal for the beginner, for experimentation, or jewelry projects. Glass is made in the U.S.A. 90 COE. 

Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo as shown in the additional images.

Delphi Recommends: "This is an exceptional kiln! This kiln lets you decide if this is a hobby that you want to pursue without a big investment with the same quality results. I recommend this kiln to beginning artist or artists that do not have a lot of space for bigger kilns." - Doug Havens, Delphi Customer Service Representative

Delphi Tip: The screws on the lid hinge may need to be loosened or adjusted so the lid can move more freely. The kiln may have some pre-fire markings due to the test firing performed during manufacturing to ensure safety and quality.


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  •   Great small projects kiln
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Pros : This kiln is easy to use.just plug it in and set the timer. Great to make for small projects.
Cons : Hard to cast even small molds.
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Pros : works quick and hot when plugged into outlet with enough current
Cons : hard to wait for three hours to see the finished product, but that's necessary.
Other Thoughts : if the kiln is not getting hot, try another outlet. It turns out the first outlet I tried, though there wasn't anything else plugged in at the time, wasn't strong enough to fully power the kiln. Once moved, it worked as promised. Looking forward to experimenting. For jewelry sized items, 12 minutes was a little too long for contour fuse.
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  •   Great for small projects
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Pros : Fast fires pendants and earrings
Cons : Does not fire glass in molds even small jewelry molds
Other Thoughts : If your doing jewelry this works good
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