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    Default Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    I've made GL-14,25,32

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Thats amazing! How much did that cost?


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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    I made it myself so several thousands of dollars lol for the lathe and brass and what not!

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Thought so lol. Been wanting to mess around with threaded bottles and stuff myself


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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    I will be selling them once I get production up and running!

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    As a potential buyer, How does one use this tool? Is it a stuff and puff or what?

    I'm having a hard time visualizing how this would work. It seems in my naive lack of experienced point of view that stuff and puff would be about the only way to get this to work, and it also seems that would cause issues upon releasing or unscrewing the glass once cooled...

    serious question.
    don't wash your hands with your sammich.
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    your linework is naive maybe try some fuming?
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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Great looking tools, nice work!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mute View Post
    As a potential buyer, How does one use this tool? Is it a stuff and puff or what?

    I'm having a hard time visualizing how this would work. It seems in my naive lack of experienced point of view that stuff and puff would be about the only way to get this to work, and it also seems that would cause issues upon releasing or unscrewing the glass once cooled...

    serious question.
    This tool is for holding premade glass thread connections. You hold the threaded end so it can be welded on to another piece of glass and attach a threaded cap to it.

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Quote Originally Posted by BlairArtGlass View Post
    Great looking tools, nice work!



    This tool is for holding premade glass thread connections. You hold the threaded end so it can be welded on to another piece of glass and attach a threaded cap to it.
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    don't wash your hands with your sammich.
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    *of or denoting art produced in a straightforward style that deliberately rejects sophisticated artistic techniques and has a bold directness resembling a child's work, typically in bright colors with little or no perspective.

    your linework is naive maybe try some fuming?
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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Itís not a mold..

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    It could be a tumor

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    It's not a tumor! LoL

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Just get Large Farva

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    Default Re: Hi guys so I've been making GL thread holders

    Wow these are great! Finally some brass thread holders! I hope I pay attention to when you start offering them... The 14's could be handy at any rate for bottles and vials.

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