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Old 08-27-2020, 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Shawn Everette View Post
I believe silver, gold, and titanium are the usual culprits. Possibly palladium. It similar to an electrostaic deposition, think really expensive powder coating. You often see an anode mark of bare glass on larger sheets. I'm thinking that not much heat is involved because there's not a ton of adhesion and can be somewhat easy to flake off until it's fired. At least with some anyway.
what temp do you fire at? 1400ish? I use the boro based versions
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