Episode 101-5 reasons that you should take a class no matter what skill level you are at
1.General studio setup from a organizational and safety perspective
2.Understanding of tools and material for example various ways of using certain tools as well as knowing your rod and tubing sizes
3.Grasp a true sense of the studio environment from the reality of the heat in the studio to how you can avoid cuts and burns like keeping a clean bench panties and rods and blowpipe polished and your bench organized and clean
4.Learn how to plan out whatever it is you're going to make from the sketch to the material list to the process of making it on paper first before even turning your torch on
5.gives you a way to either learn something new or improve upon something that you are already making and reinforces confidence.
ABOUT SEA CUBE
Sea Cube Co was established in 2001 by Christopher Bock.
Chris is a glassblower and has worked his way up through the
assembly worker to senior glassblower. His main focus has always been
scientific glassware, with a major focus on petrochemical products.
With exposure through the American Scientific Glassblowers
Chris has come to appreciate and dabble in artistic glass. Over the years
through formal education and experimentation, Chris has embraced the
artistic side of the craft.
Chris currently works as a glassblower for a small manufacturer as well
as owning and operating Sea Cube Co. He is a long-standing member
of the Delaware Valley Section of ASGS and is currently serving as
Vice Chairman for the Section. He has served as a consultant
to many of the glass companies locally and has been sought out on a
national scale for unique, specialty items as well as intricate, detailed repairs.
Sea Cube Co is happy to talk to you about all your needs, just drop a line!
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