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Re: 1898 Stained Glass


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Posted by TO35 on July 09, 2004 at 08:10:32 from (209.86.130.184):

In Reply to: 1898 Stained Glass posted by DigitalMat on July 09, 2004 at 07:19:11:

Can't tell you much about stained glass but I'm sure a google search should steer you in the right direction. I use to sandblast alot and I'd always run across someone who wanted thier glass etched for the staining process...they would bring it to me taped off and I'd etch it with the sandblaster. I've done that quite abit and it makes for a nice pattern for staining. Of course its touchy work to etch glass, you cant be to close or you will gouge or bust it, to far away and it does not etch just scratch....guess I'd call it an art espically when I was using a 600cfm compressor,1/2 ton sand pot and a 3" hose...lol
I had a smaller blaster but they'ed always catch me when I was doing a big job......


TO.....who loves stained and etched glass


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