The studio runs Nortel Minor Bench Torches on a 100 gallon liquid oxy tank and 100 gallon propane tank. Additional equipment in the shop includes two Smith hand torches with quick release set-up, a murrini wet saw and a 12” lap wheel. The kiln/stained glass studio has a 24" lap wheel and a 6" wet belt sander, and the glassblowing studio has a sandblaster (appx. 2’x’3 interior) that can be accessed by flameworkers.
Kilns in the flameworking studio include two Chili Peppers, a Fuji electric, a Watlow 93, a Paragon F130 Guilotine, and two Paragon GL-18AD 18" x 18" kilns.
During workshops, each student receives an individual tool box with necessary hand tools, graphite pads, and dydium glasses.
Generally, students purchase glass rods based on their usage during class. Bringing your own glass is also welcome.
All studios are stocked with hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial wipes. Table top plexi-glass barriers are available upon request.