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Glass blowing equipment for sale. This is a full furnace line.
Everything is in excellent working order. Please see the itemized list below. Owner will assist in breakdown and set up in your location within a reasonable distance. Also training if needed.
300 pound capacity electric Moly-D furnace complete with automatic door and spare elements. This is a modular unit with a new unused crucible which can be changed out without removing the dome top.
12" glory hole like new, 18" glory hole like new.
15"X15"X12"D top load kiln with Orton controller.
33"X46"X16"D top load kiln with Orton controller.
24.5"X42" combination hot marver and pipe warmer.
20"X39" cold marver, 10" diamond wet saw.
Combination 7" diamond wheel/disk grinder.
Pipe cooler, Gaffer's bench, Drop table.
9 seven pound color crucibles.
Numerous optic molds, jacks, shears, shaping blocks, paddles, blow pipes,
punties, cane marver, kevlar gloves, 3 hand torches, etc.
600 pounds Spuce Pine Batch 96 C.O.E.
Color bars, frit, large storage cabinet.
Plus extras including backup controller parts and element wire with winding mandrel.
A 200 amp single phase service is needed for this set up.
Presently located in New Caney, Texas about 30 minutes Northeast of downtown Houston.
Reduced to $28,000 for the complete package or will consider separate unit pricing. Contact Rick at 281-689-3311.
Gathering glass from the furnace
Furnace line
Artist Rick Clark began working with glass in 1991 experimenting with the kilns at first and then progressing to the torch. Built his first furnace and large annealer/kiln in 1992. After playing around a few years, it was time to get real serious. Took his first glass blowing class at Offhands Studio in Corning, New York May 1996. Later that year he went to Thin Layer Coatings for glass blowing class in Portland, Oregon. In the year 2000 he went to Clackamas Oregon for Lampworking class with Chris Buzzini and had a fantastic five days at his studio. Today, he still loves working the glass and helping others to reach their goals with this wonderful medium. One of his greatest pleasures is to see someone break through that seemingly impossible barrier and acquire what we call     "the feel for it".
Ph: 281-689-3311       24336 FM 1485 Rd.   New Caney, Texas 77357       Copyright 2022   
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