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Let’s be realistic, this thing does exactly what I want it to do regardless of the time it shows. If it was deadly accurate at 5 minutes, would it make me any more happy? probably not.
I’ve always been drawn to stained glass. There is something about the process that has always interested me. I like when you can exploit the weakness of a material and use it to your advantage.
This is my first time working with stained glass and my technique is far from perfect. Anyone that knows what they’re doing is going to laugh at my attempt. I should have been grinding the edges of the glass down and fitting pieces a little better. Since this was my first time experimenting with stained glass work, I wasn’t willing to invest hundreds of dollars in the additional tools.
I initially wanted to make a mosaic but fitting the pieces together became much too difficult without a glass grinder. I simplified the design to have more straight lines and I’m glad I did. I prefer this look.
After cutting the pieces of glass, I wrapped them with copper foil tape, burnished the edges with a fid (fun word), applied liquid flux, tinned the edges (soldered them) and then assembled. I would tack the pieces in place, add solder to act as filler and then make a smoothing pass to clean up the look and seal everything up. I used a small piece of copper with a 15/64″ hole in it as the bridge. I did some tests and the 15/64″ hole worked the best will with the sand I was using. That might change depending on the sand you use. I tacked the two halves together, checked to make sure they were level and soldered them completely.
I did the same for the end pieces, adding the sand in the middle of that (important step!). I used a copper patina solution to change the colour of the solder to look like copper. It’s really cool stuff and it worked great, but I think I prefer the silver solder look.
Hindsight 20/20 ¯_(ツ)_/¯
That’s it I think… yes! that’s it! Any questions, leave them in the comments.
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