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      Cold Working Surface Design 3: Copper Plating and Colored HXTAL | 2019 in Fort Worth


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      December 5, 2019

      Thursday  11:00 AM

      1013 West Magnolia Avenue
      Fort Worth, Texas 76104

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      Cold Working Surface Design 3: Copper Plating and Colored HXTAL | 2019

      6p-9p | FIRST DAY Thursday 7/11  (7/18,7/25) 6p-9p | FIRST DAY Thursday 10/17  (10/24,10/31) 11a-2p | FIRST DAY Thursday 12/5  (12/16,12/19)   Cold Working Surface Design 3: Copper Plating and Colored HXTAL Price: $315   |   Duration: 3 sessions : 3 hours per session  |  Class Size:  Min 2 - Max 4   |   Ages 14+   |   Prerequisite: CW 101 (or equivalent) In this 3-week, 3 hour session students will learn two cold techniques to utilize pigment and glass properties. Copper plating is a technique by which copper ions are electrolytically attached, through a chemical process (bath), to the surface of a glass item. HXTAL is an epoxy adhesive that can be pigmented and used to attached cold pieces of glass together. This class is designed to show students the many different possibilities with cold glass. Main Objectives To learn the scientific chemical processes involved in copper platting To learn how to use pigmented hxtal

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