ann Posted December 1, 2014 Report Share Posted December 1, 2014 Well. The first thing that comes to my mind, which can probably be answered by someone here who's seen it done, is how are these achieved?I don't know, but from the ones I've seen I would guess, from the appearance of the surface, that it has something to do with the surface of the gob of glass being very slightly too cool before it hits the rollers? They seem to consistantly have fine cold rolls that follow / form the pattern . . . Or maybe the surface temperature when the stream hits the shears? Or both?I don't know. And the few Pelts I have with that pattern don't consistantly have the same fine cold rolls, although some certainly do.Wait. I could be lying. I have to check the Pelts tonight. In the meantime, all others chime in.And that should be DAS, not Das. But I don't know how to change it up there. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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