Are Perler Beads better than hama beads?
Hama beads have a lower melting point than perler beads, and you can see from this picture that they look quite a bit different when melted. The hama beads ended up being noticeably shorter and more rounded at the top (like nabbi beads) than perler beads. They also have a bit more gloss to them than Perlers.
Are Perler Beads hama beads?
Popular with children and adults alike as they’re so easy to use, hama beads are also known as perler beads, melty beads, fused beads and iron beads.
Can you melt hama beads in the oven?
To begin with you place a handful of beads on a baking tray with baking parchment. Make sure the beads all stand on their ends and with enough space in-between to melt down. Then you bake the beads in a preheated oven at 300 degrees Fahrenheit for about 10 minutes. When the beads are cooled, they are ready for use.