Dichroic glass supplies are a collection of items used by artists to safely mix different colors of opaque glass. Typically, when working with dichroic glass, the artist will dip his or her fingers into a vial that contains a small amount of colorant and viscous liquid that has been mixed together. The artist then manipulates the liquid using hand gestures so that it coats the desired shape before carefully removing the residue from their hands.

What is Dichroic Glass?

Dichroic glass is a type of glass that reflects different colors depending on the angle of light that hits it. This can be used to create amazing optical effects or to create colorful glasses and lamps.

To use CBS dichroic glass stores, you first need to determine the angle of light that will hit the glass. You can do this by placing the glass in front of a bright light source and looking at the reflection. Then, you can use this information to create a pattern on your own glass using different colors of paint or markers.

Once you have your pattern, you can use dichroic glass to create the desired effect! In terms of dichroic glass, we have a wide selection of rope, pendants, and faceted glass that can be cut to fit your needs. We also carry some other types of glass such as lampwork glass and blown glass that you may find more interesting.

Types of Dichroic Glass

Dichroic glass is a type of glass that reflects different colors depending on the angle at which light hits it. It is often used in windowpane and mirror applications because it allows natural light to flow through it while creating an artificial effect of increased brightness. 

There are three main types of dichroic glass: single-coated, double-coated, and multi-coated. The single-coated dichroic glass reflects only one color, while double-coated and multi-coated dichroic glasses reflect two or more colors respectively. The type of dichroic glass you choose will depend on the application you plan to use it for.

To use dichroic glass, first determine the wavelength of light you want to reflect. For example, red light is reflected by dichroic glass that has a red coating, while blue light is reflected by the dichroic glass with a blue coating. Then, find the appropriate type of dichroic glass for your needs.