Small advances from the microwave oven bring an intriguing leisure activity is reaching out to learners of secondary interest.
This new oven made with similar materials explicitly with the materials used to secure the bus when they return to Earth's environment. They are exceptionally light and smaller and can be used in a microwave with a power of 800-1200 watts.
This new oven for Olympic jewelry artist kiln
allows you to make dazzling glass jewelry, for example, thumbtacks, bracelets, pins, and the sky is the limit from there.
How it can work
All you have to do is simply open the two parts of the oven in a way to discover a small waterfall where you can place at least a piece of tinted glass pieces.
Close the oven and put it in the microwave. All it takes is 3 minutes and your glass will melt, making the jewelry pieces interesting and novel. This is exceptionally simple.
What do you need?
What you have to start by combining glass furnace microwaves, different pieces of tinted glass, variety of dichroic glass (a rare glass that changes shading depending on the edge of view), glass cutters (to cut glass to size the damaged shape in the oven), safety gloves and orientation.
Most microwave ovens allow pieces of jewelry about 75mm wide, which is generally sufficient for most railway jewelry companies.