New Nebula Manufacture
From simple sand to precious glass. The melted material is heating up in the high temperature oven to be finally transformed into Nebula.
The Glassmaster collects the correct amount of molten glass around a steel tube, with a metal container and with continuous rotations begins to shape the hot mass.
The glass mass is blown into a mold to make a glass sphere.
Now a new hot mass is melted to make later the “morisa”.
The molten glass begins to lengthen to form the glass thread that is poured around the glass sphere.
With a pincer the Glassmaster shapes the glass to make the “morisa”.
The glass is turned over and returned to the oven several times to keep the temperature high. This is an extremely delicate phase, the Glassmaster must constantly fight against gravity to prevent any fall of material.
Nebula will then be placed in a high temperature oven to undergo the last tempering process that will make the glass sturdy and resistant.