a clear or colored, solid cylindrical length of glass
A solid round section 0.375" or greater in diameter.
Thin stick of glass of a single colour. It is made by rolling a small gather of molten glass on a marver and then stretching it to the desired thinness. Rods may be moulded to give different shapes in cross-section (stars, hexagons, etc) but they are generally used in cylindrical form. Rods may be arranged in a pattern and fused together to make canes, cross-sections of which are used in millefiori and mosaic objects.
Round, thin semi-finished steel length that is rolled from a billet and coiled for further processing. Rod is commonly drawn into wire products or used to make bolts and nails. Generally a rod is from 3/16 to 1/2 inch in diameter.
A round, straight steel rod, 5/8" in diameter and approximately 24" in length, having the tamping end rounded into a hemispherical tip, with a tip diameter of 5/8".
A long round piece of glass about the diameter of a pencil. This is the main form the glass comes in for use in torch work.
A piece of round iron.
A long product that is from 0.118 (3 mm) to 3/4 inch (19 mm) in diameter.
a cylindrical length of glass, most often containing a simple molded design of more than one color; the basic component of a millefiori cane.
A solid wrought product, long in relation to its cross-section, which is not less than 0.375 inch in diameter. (Smaller sizes are classified as wire.)
(tamping) (ASTM C24l) A round, straight steel rod, 5/8' in diameter and approximately 24' in length, having the tamping end rounded into a hemispherical tip, the diameter of which is 5/8'.
Large diameter raw material
Semi-finished stainless steel that is rolled from a billet and is commonly used for wire products, bolts, and nails.
Round, thin semi-finished steel length that is rolled from a billet and coiled for further processing. Rod is commonly drawn into wire products or used to make bolts and nails. Rod trains (rolling facilities) can run as fast as 20,000 feet per minute
A solid round section 9.5 mm (3/8') or greater in diameter, whose length is great in relation to its diameter.
A monochrome segment of glass cut from a trail.
A length of solid round steel of small diameter.