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Numerous specialized and highly honed tools are required for working with various kinds of Stained Glass Supplies. These power tools help assist an individual in marking, cutting, smoothing, and soldering the glass. Outlined listed below are some from the more important tools required.

Glass cutters include a metal wheel sustained by a brass bearing; they are is a vital tool. The wheel might be produced from various materials such as steel, carbide, or tungsten. The handles give you a selection of different shapes. Glass cutters can be found at local hardware stores.


Glazing knives can be used for cutting the lead. Standard professional glazing knives are usually used. If you are on a low quality, use a putty knife or another standard knife. You will have to shape the blade into a thin curve whilst the blade sharp.

Although ordinary pliers are capable of doing the work, special grozing pliers are preferable. Grozing pliers apply even pressure about the glass and prevent cracking. Pattern shears are essential for preparing paper patterns. A less expensive alternative is an improvised shear crafted from razor blades.

A soldering iron, preferably with temperature control, is yet another important tool. A soldering iron is available at local glass stores. An electric grinder is utilized for smoothing the sides of cut glass. A worktable or board and brushes for cleaning are also requirements.

Putting aside the above, you'll require a number of small tools and supplies for example cleaning solution, tracing paper, pencils, razor blades, scissors, hammer, nails, adhesive paper, etc.