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I am a beginner and I'm working in a fireworks torch with MAPP gas, some of my accounts finished well, but some seem to burn, and yet … Glass rods are not very malleable, which do not seem hot enough for me … someone out there that know what I'm doing wrong? PLEASE HELP! What I mean is that the glass is scorching. I am working with the COE, 104 Glass – Moretti, special not only regular opaque and transparent bars. The glass is melted when the wind, but can not get all the way around no matter how long you leave the glass rod in the flame.
I am a Lampwork, and are working at home with my head warm and MAPP gas. There are many factors at play here. First, and above all, do you have proper ventilation and is the torch securely anchored? It is flame adjusted properly? What is the COE of the glass rods are you using? Are you using Moretti, Wasser, sataki, etc.?? What special colors or are using? Have you taken any classes in Lampworking? What part of the flame is working on? FW / torches burning at lower temperatures HH Barracudas say or any other Oxy / the propane. It will take more time to get together to start their account. Is your chair / seat high enough to make it face down on the flame instead of working on it? There are soooooo many things I could be a problem. I'm not understanding what we mean by "Some seem to get burned". What exactly do you mean "burned"? What do you mean the bars are not very malleable? With adequate wind to the glass on the bar, must be cast, holding the right place at the flame, and winding away from you assure this. The following link will take you to a video on YouTube on how to make an account.
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