The Beauty of Fused or Dichroic Glass

Art glass clothing is one of the most popular fashion accessories today, and people look for it on the internet or look for samples in galleries, shopping centers, and the like. The glass 'can be used is actually a gunner, technically known as a clock glass, which is a glass where various oxides or quartz 'blends' on the surface in a different layer or thickness to produce multi-color effects.

CBS dichroic is the discovery of NASA, which was originally produced for use in spaties and then used by various industries such as optical companies (crocoped lenses used by various camcorders), scientific measurement instruments (especially those using lasers to measure), and others.

Make liquid glasses

Dichroic glass creation is a process that demands and is strictly defined that involves vacuum space, electron weapons, and various oxides such as titanium, magnesium, and silicon that obeys the hot glass using thin-film physics.

After this is achieved (the oxide evaporation process is repeated if necessary), the air is allowed to return to the room to cool it, and the pieces of glass are removed, cleaned, and prepared to be made into 'art. portable glass or jewelry.

Turn on the liquid glass into the accessory

The conversion of liquid glasses into jewelry is another process in itself that is very dependent on the creativity of the artist or designer. Raw dichroic glass can be polished or formed with abrasive tools or can be wrapped with silver or other metal threads or 'hardware' that makes the pieces be used. Dichroic glass pieces can even be returned to the furnace for rework in a process called "polishing fire."

Increasing the popularity of dichroic glass for fashion accessories and other uses (such as home decoration, for example) has brought many people to the field, either as a producer of fused glasses which are then sold 'unfinished' (in a certain sense) to turn into jewelry or other accessories. Others have used their jewelry designs and manufacturing expertise to combine liquid glass and precious or semi-precious stones to create bracelets, earrings, pendants, and other used pieces that combine rainbow colors from glass microscopy with the brilliance of stone Mining.