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Mold Manufacturer by [email protected]
Har Jing Plastic Mold Co., Ltd Been devoted to the research and development of the mold products all the time , has produced and sold and popularized . It is specialized mold manufacturer, mold maker, mold making, plastic mold, injection mold, plastic injection mold. The company has accumulated...
December 4th 07 05:25 PM
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Plastic Mold by [email protected]
Har Jing Plastic Mold Co., Ltd Been devoted to the research and development of the mold products all the time , has produced and sold and popularized . It is specialized mold manufacturer, mold maker, mold making, plastic mold, injection mold, plastic injection mold. The company has accumulated...
December 4th 07 01:35 PM
by Bob Masta Go to last post
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dd by [email protected]
The following contains your activation key, needed to gain access to this discussion board. Username: Deport_all_muslims Activation Key: ZYMHJNLGZB Simply visit the URL below, log in, and enter the activation key when needed. http://www.leegoldberg.com/cgi-bin/discus/discus.cgi
November 30th 07 09:54 PM
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Glaze remelting/refiring by Bubbles_
Hi again, folks When refiring a glaze, does it melt again at the same or similar melting point/temperature as it did the first time around? Stupid question, maybe, but I'm still battling those pock marks and feel knowing for sure would be a great help. Thanks all! Back to glazing and firing so...
November 21st 07 01:33 AM
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Kudos to Wayne: Bikextruder in Clay Times by Bob Masta
Kudos to Wayne Seidl for his Bikextruder in Clay Times (Nov/Dec 2007, pg 64)! For those who didn't get this issue, the Bikextruder is made totally from parts scrounged after a hurricane came through his part of Florida. A vertical piece of PVC pipe has a slot in it where you insert a plug of...
November 20th 07 05:50 PM
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cobalt pricing by dkat
I posted this in Clayart but think I forgot to mention it her. There seems to be a huge range in cobalt oxide pricing right now. I was wondering if anyone knew about the range of quality. http://www.clayworld.com/Categories.bok?category=Raw+Materials+%26+Chemicals%3AChemicals has it for...
November 20th 07 02:25 AM
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Could someone explain? by Smercer
What is happening to the newsgroup. Is there no way to keep the posts on point?
November 19th 07 01:00 PM
by Bob Masta Go to last post
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Them wobbles - wheel throwing by Bubbles_
Yeah - here I am again! Nag nag nag! LOL! So - I have been doing some pretty good work on the wheel lately. When I finally realized that I was using too firm clay, the centering go a lot easier! But - even if I have wedged the clay thoroughly just before slapping it on the wheel, I sometimes...
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November 17th 07 03:12 AM
by Rob Morley Go to last post
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For Dkat - kiln vent openings by Bubbles_
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BJMBU8IXAg This shows somewhat of the same vent openings as I was mentioning I have on my kiln (though I only have 2 on the sides and one in the lid). Just wanted to let you know :-) Marianne
November 16th 07 08:58 PM
by dkat Go to last post
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thin crust of glaze by Joanna
Hello everyone, I have small question about glazing and glazes. The problem is as follows: I've bought recently an excellent glaze (Botz from Germany), it's really good, it made some thin crust on the surface and the glaze stick really hard and not peel off during touching and moving to the...
November 16th 07 05:13 PM
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Atique Photo Gallery by [email protected]
http://atiquegallery.blogspot.com/
November 16th 07 09:47 AM
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Free Rx Assistance by ayt46g6b
Here is another site that really helped me and my family deal with the high cost of prescription drugs at http://www.americanconsultantsrx.com ..It may help.
November 15th 07 03:07 AM
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sieve screens by DKat
I want to make my own sieve. Does anyone have a good source for screens of 80mesh?
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November 14th 07 03:39 AM
by Tom Go to last post
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Prevent Flu and Colds by [email protected]
Prevent Flu and Colds No more colds or flu. You may never be sick again. A strong immune system will fight off colds, flu, allergies, viruses and most sickness and disease. All natural, effective and inexpensive. http://www.digshell.com.cn/Immune-System.htm
October 31st 07 03:52 AM
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where to find the Ruth Ballou method of tile holders by RoxHun
Anyone know where to find the Ruth Ballou method of making tile holders on line ? She cuts into a block of clay to make a tile holder and has done a video! roxhun on gmail
October 29th 07 08:18 PM
by dkat Go to last post
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Surface Decoration Idea Book by Bob Masta
Hello, all. Just thought I'd share a gem that I stumbled onto. I ordered a book called "Harmonograph - A Visual Guide to the Mathematics of Nature" and it turned out to actually be a set of 3 books, the others being "Essential Elements - Atoms, Quarks, and the Periodic Table", and my favorite: ...
October 27th 07 12:57 AM
by WJS Go to last post
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Craft vendors needed in Maryland by silkypup
Liberty High School 22nd Annual Fall Craft Fair Sat Nov 17th - This is a large event with lots of traffic to show off your craft!! 22 years strong and the best local show there is. Hurry only 50 tables left. Indoors and out so rain out not a problem. Great for the crafter just getting into the...
October 25th 07 08:11 PM
by silkypup Go to last post
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Thermocouples, does size matter? by [email protected]
How long should your thermocouple be? Or is that to personal a question ;)? I am fixin' to get a new pyrometer, and I a new thermocouple will be needed to go with it, but I don't know if I should get a 12, or 8 inch. I have a very short one now, it might be like 6". my kiln is gas, 18.37 cu,ft,...
October 23rd 07 06:24 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Pottery Videos by [email protected]
Posted Some of my Throwing videos on you tube this is my user page. http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=timseepots enjoy them Tim See
October 23rd 07 01:49 AM
by Tom Go to last post
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Bubbly update by Bubbles_
Hi guys I had some SERIOUS bubbles from the kiln opened yesterday, so today I took the worst piece with me to my dealer (in both senses of the word! LOL!) and picked his brains a bit more. I fired to 1250 with 2 holes open throughout due to some crystaline glaze I am also trying to get to...
October 22nd 07 08:50 PM
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