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Thank you for your question! According to one of the teachers from The Studio at The Corning Museum of Glass, you can use an acetylene and oxygen torch for melting glass; however, it tends to be much dirtier than using propane and oxygen. It may also run hotter than propane does.
The Museum's conservation department has prepared a general answer to the question, "Can you use glass or glassworking techniques to repair glass?" that may also be of interest.
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