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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