F96-26 Opal Streaky-Crystal/White Wissmach 96 COE Fusing Glass
Wissmach 96 COE description
96 COE stands for Coefficient of Expansion. COE is a measurement where when glass is heated and cooled during the kiln firing process, it will expand and contract safely. When fusing together multiple pieces of glass, it is vital to use glass of the same COE. When fusing with Wissmach 96 COE glass, it can be fused together or mixed with any Spectrum/Oceanside System 96 glass. These glass lines can also be used for any art glass project where there is no kiln fusing process.
This product is Dual Duty. Use for either:
Transparency Values Explained - Understanding Transparency Values can play an important roll for proper glass selection
Transparent - 100% Transparent glass, Visible light can easily pass through, do not contain any opaque glass or other light blocking material. Commonly referred to as Cathedral Glass.
Translucent - Predominantly Transparent glass with some mixed in Opaque glass, allowing light to pass through in many or most areas.
Semi-Translucent - Predominantly Opaque glass with some Translucent glass mixed in, allowing less visible light to pass through or pass through only in small areas.
Opalescent - Glasses that are primarily or completely opaque, blocking direct visible light while retaining color when back lit.
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