Satake

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Satake glass is made in Japan and is available in two types; lead and soda. Lead bearing Satake cane and Soda cane tend to be incompatible. It has a CoE which ranges between 113 and 125 which means that when you use several Satake colours together it is best to test them for [compatibility] first. Satake glass should be worked in a cool flame as it is very soft, much softer than [Effetre] and other CoE 104 glass. The [annealing] temperature of Satake glass is 890F.

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