Fuse Glass & Fire Metal
(Includes: User-friendly instructions, COE 90 glass, fiberpaper, fiber shelf & jewelry tutorial)
(The "MicroKiln" sold from this website has been tested
by warmglass artists & certified metal clay artists to perform as advertised herein. You are provided step-by-step
pictorial user-friendly documentation written by an end-user as well as support via email on every MicroKiln
sold from this site.)
Designs by Sylvanye Glass Studio sells one of the only MicroKiln (brand
of microwave kiln) that has been tested to fuse glass, enamel copper, fire ceramic bisque, fire to sinter PMC and Art Clay Silver family of products including the new Art Clay Copper
and much more by professional glass artist and certified metal clay artist.
Most microwave kilns have a small
2.75"shelf size which will only accommodate (1) 1.5" x 1.5" sq. pendant or
cab. Our 4.33" kiln shelf will fire up to (7) 1" sq. pendants or cabs.
Now you can fire glass, ceramic, and precious metals
in 5 to 8 minutes using your new MicroKiln and a microwave oven.
Recommendation Only: Use a
microwave oven whose wattage is 700-900 watts . The higher the wattage
(1100 & above) the faster any microwave kiln will heat up and will require several power level adjustments throughout
the firing process. Firing glass too hot, too fast can result in cracked glass, a glass blob or even damage to the
microwave kiln floor. This also rains true using conventional glass kilns as well.
Pictured is my MicroKiln setup along with a listing of materials used to
create the designs you see:
Fiber shelf - used to
protect bottom of kiln.
Fiber paper - used to keep glass from sticking to shelf.
microwave oven - used to provide heat to MicroKiln
90 COE fusible glass
- various colors, types & textures
- Heat resistant pan - used to place warm MicroKiln on when removing from the
microwave oven to cool.
- 9" tweezers to remove designs from the MicroKiln.
BASIC MicroKiln Firing Package includes: