Whittemore-Durgin Stained Glass Supplies, 825 Market St.,
Rockland MA 02370
Stained glass supplies and tools, art and architectural glass, and so much more!
This device is well named. When building any three-dimensional stained glass item, you will no doubt reach that moment when you will wish you had someone willing to hold your glass pieces while you solder them. This little device will do the trick. It can be used to hold one or two small pieces of glass in mid-air, or to hold a larger piece vertically while it rests on a table. Its double-ball joints allow adjustments to any angle. Many applications will suggest themselves to anyone with an active imagination. The base is very sturdy cast iron, but the arms and alligator clips are somewhat delicate and can't take a lot of rough maneuvering. It's about 3.5" high, and 6" from elbow to elbow (or 10" with its alligator-clip arms outstretched).
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Provides basic organization for all of the commonly used tools and supplies for producing a stained glass project, arranged from left to right in the order they are used.
$33.72, 6 for $182.10
One size fits all. These plastic goggles are recommended apparel when cutting glass, grozing glass, or grinding glass on our Glass Grinders. They are also suitable for certain sports, such as water-skiing, sky diving, and horse-racing.
These professional glass handlers' gloves from CRL have wrinkled finish latex coated palms that are ideal for handling all smooth surfaces, even wet glass.
Sturdy plastic tool box for your stained glass supplies. 12" x 6" x 4".