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- v. Present participle of frit.
- n. The formation of frit or slag by heat with only incipient fusion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The formation of frit or slag by heat with but incipient fusion.
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The practice of fritting was described in section 7.
The main reason for fritting is to make glaze materials insoluble, which is possible if the frit materials are mixed in the right proportion.
For fritting small amounts of frit a simple frit kiln is shown in Fig. 7.3.2.
These are pigments that are specially prepared by fritting metallic oxides in a base glaze that fires hard but is not fluid.
But if air bubbles (pinholes) give trouble during glaze firing, it may be a good idea to extend fritting time, so that the air has time to escape.
After fritting is over, the melting temperature and the viscosity of the frit can be compared with previous batches of frit by melting a fixed amount of frit on a sloped tile.
She knows what she's about, and she won't like it if she knows you are fritting away your chances and your attentions.
The insulated glass has a silk-screened pattern -- called a frit or fritting -- that reduces solar glare and helps birds identify it as a solid object.
The south portion of the building features perforated aluminum sunshades-a nod to Piano's exterior shading system across the street-and the glass is more reflective than in the north portion, which was outfitted with fritting at the upper regions of the vision panels.