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πŸ”₯ Complete DIY Glass Fusing Kit: 1 Large Microwave Kiln, 5 Bags of Fusing Glass, and 10pcs Kiln Paper Review




Revainrating 2.5 out of 5Β Β 
πŸ’Ž Jewelry Making Tools & Accessories, πŸ’ Beading & Jewelry Making

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Revainrating 3 out of 5

Very disappointed: ceramic and ceramic

I didn't care how I reheated it, I adjusted the time, it didn't even blush on the very thin glass, it didn't melt, the article didn't even have directions walk

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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Works perfectly! for ceramics

The only thing complicating things was my own self-doubt! The big oven took more time so after 3 minutes at 50% power I switched to full power, another 3-4 minutes and it was done. Problems may arise with microwaves of less than 900 W. So speak in directions

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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Great for multiple melts

Love this kiln for making small pendants. I recently started taking tiny 1/4 inch pieces that were placed on the burn blanket in a mold to hold the pieces. I layer pieces of clear colored glass and then cut clear dichroic pieces. fuse. Then put on clear glass and light again. Interesting results. Dichroic glass works great.

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Warning, the Revain website gives the wrong instructions.

This is a simple microwave oven. The only references are those attached to the product images on the website and they are incorrect. No wonder so many people get bad results. Standard ignition is 3 minutes at 50% power and then check every 30 seconds at high power until the item glows orange. There are other products that offer you more, such as B. Gloves and a glass cutter. There are better deals.

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Revainrating 2 out of 5

Not the best choice: ceramic and ceramic

First, there was no instruction manual in the kit. I actually went back to buying from Amazon and printed out the pictures since the instructions were there. However, the glass didn't melt in the first suggested 6–8 minutes, nor in the potential 16 minutes. Sometimes it took up to 30 minutes. I switched to another microwave just to be safe and yes it took over 16 minutes for the glass to melt. I mean the glass it came with, no other. Not a very smart purchase.

  • Without automatic

I read this information on a website that sells microwave ovens, so please use a special microwave to melt glass. This microwave oven needs to be used 3 times in 20 minute increments before it heats up to an orange-yellow glow. Even then, another tour was necessary because the glass supplied was not rounded at the edges. I have a "real" oven that works a lot better, but this one is good for scraps and quick fine detail - I just need to find one that works faster. Mine may be broken because it's

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

So far so good

Good size. The oven does not stay cool outside as advertised and claimed by others. I wouldn't recommend touching it, even with oven mitts, until it's cooled a bit. I also highly recommend purchasing ceramic oven stands to elevate the oven off the surface of your microwave. Other than those two points, it works well and will almost melt. any glass you can fit in. It has a learning curve and you have to "play" with it to learn. At first, don't expect a perfect image or even recognizable results.

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Revainrating 2 out of 5

It was quite late and then the results were terrible!

It might work if you have room to set aside a fairly large microwave for this oven. The results I got were terrible after only using the microwave for 6 minutes. The paper turned black and wet. The bottom and top of the kiln were burned, and my beautiful pieces were also damaged (blackened but not melted). Just a word of warning, if you've been reheating liquids or cooking in the microwave you're using, this is likely to happen to you. ! I live in Arizona's arid climate. I was so excited to get

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