(from English Fuse - sintering, melting)
Fusing is a technique of sintering glass in a furnace. In such a stained glass window there are no metal joints between the panes, the glass is sintered in a furnace at high temperatures and becomes homogeneous, melted into each other. The basis of the stained glass is a glass sheet on which the stained-glass artist creates his work with the help of pieces of special kiln glass. Fusing is one of the most beautiful, but at the same time time consuming and expensive technologies.