Often the final and most important step in completing a lead panel is known as "glazing" Cement or putty is worked between the glass and the lead came for extra strength and weatherproofing. This is a necessary step even if the panel is for indoor use. Many a lead panel has failed over time simply due to improper application. Please read the manufacturers instructions carefully.
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Tired of jagged or dangerous edges on your glass? Use this specially designed stone to safely remove sharp edges from glass.
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Perfect for burnishing foil onto glass and opening the channel in lead came.
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Double headed, hard rubber on one end, high impact plastic on the other. Fiberglass Handle.
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This vise utilizes a strong spring and grooved teeth to keep lead came in place while stretching. Made of die-cast aluminum for years of trouble-free use.
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This amazing tool can be used to form bends in brass, copper and zinc. Rolls U as well as H. No need to change rollers.
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Used for copper foiling, opening and closing lead channel , lifting glass to fit into came, removing putty and just about anything you can think of. Designed for flattening foil. Angled top gets into corners. Rounded front smoothes without tearing. Plastic.
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High strength polymer blocks replaces the scrap lead used to prevent horseshoe nails from chipping the glass. Also a secure way to raise the height of a piece of glass.
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Box of 100. From Sweden. Flatsided to hold lead in place.
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Used by some in place of nails on soft workboards.
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