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Wine Bottle Slump Mold Positive Glass Bowl

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Wine Bottle Slump Mold Positive Glass Bowl by IonEwe Oct 17, 2012
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This a mold positive for the shape of a wine bottle slump mold tray / bowl

find related projects at http://www.makeitlabs.com/ in the wiki projects

Instructions

1) cut out of foam or 3D in plaster / platic shell

2) form a ~ .25" clay sheet over the mold master

3) add supports to keep the clay mold from tipping

4) dry, before firing to a bisque

5) apply kiln wash, or boron mold release

6) put a wine bottle into the mold and fire to ~1350F

i'll add a picture of the results soon at http://wiki.makeitlabs.com/projects/glass

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I've kind of wanted to try slumping a wine bottle, but the slumping molds seem over-priced for what they are. I'd love to see your results!

I have this mold, http://fusedglasswarehouse.com/GM17-Wine-Bottle-Slump-GM17-Wine-Bottle-Slump.htmhttp://fusedglasswarehouse.com...
not that expensive at ~25$, I'm doing my own slump mold because i want to explore other shapes for slump molds, and to learn the process.

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