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teapot spouts by Slgraber
there is no real way to know how much your spouts will "twist" except for making a bunch and review the results. at a minimum knowing that the spouts DO twist will help you adjust things in the leather stage. for me the twist is about 2° or so. small, but noticeable so i do the spout lip cut at...
July 29th 03 04:42 AM
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From what is plaster made of? by Bob Masta
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003 11:45:17 +0300, "A." wrote: Hello, people! What actually is that material called plaster, from what moulds are made? I have heard somebody doing moulds from gypsum, but is it the same material? ( I' am from the other edge of the world :), Estonia, Europe...
July 29th 03 01:32 PM
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FS: Kilns and greenware Ottawa Canada by Claude
KILNS FOR SALE 1 - Large 8 sides kiln , 18 inches by 19 inches deep , Mercedes - Paragon A55-b Model. , 230 volts , 24 amp 2 - Small Mercedes Kiln , 4 inches by 8 inches by 9 inches deep, 115 volt , 10 amps Both in Good condition. Will deliver in Ottawa area. First offer over $500 takes both...
July 29th 03 09:34 PM
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vacuum dental oven for glazing? by chan
Does any body use a dental porcelian vacuum oven to glaze something? --- Posted via news://freenews.netfront.net Complaints to
July 30th 03 01:01 PM
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Cone question by L.Mac
I just finished my first glaze firing (Olympic 2827H with V6-CF Controller) to ^6 and it apparently got too hot (even though the temperature readout indicated it was at the correct temp) b/c my 7 cone melted. How can this affect my pieces? LMac
July 30th 03 01:48 PM
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Loading on bottom by L.Mac
I would like to get some opinions regarding loading pieces directly on the bottom of the kiln for glaze firing.
July 30th 03 01:55 PM
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Wood firing in winter by A.
Hi, Has somebody tried fire a wood kiln in winter, at his backyard, when its snowing and the temperature is - 2 C° ? A.
July 30th 03 02:00 PM
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Glazing help by E.R.Somdahl
Use a large tray or lid from a garbage can. Fill to about 1/2 inch ( 1cm ) a dip the lip of the bowl until it touches bottom. You get a nice even ring around the lip. Tip: use a contrasting glaze. On 7/29/03 10:11 PM, Uncle John wrote: Any ideas please. I am glazing a large bowl appox 30 cm...
July 31st 03 02:13 AM
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test by A&V
July 31st 03 02:45 AM
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test by A&V
July 31st 03 02:47 AM
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Are Potters from Madagascar and Malagasy Craftsmen known in USA ? in Canada? by Dominique
Unique new Malagasy potteries to be discovered! De nouvelles poteries malgaches uniques à découvrir ! http://www.madinworld.com Brought to you by English/French International Links in Alabama http://ContactEZ.net/
July 31st 03 05:32 PM
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kilns and cones by David Coggins
Have a look at http://www.ortonceramic.com for all the information you need about cones and cone firing Dave "MKent41616" wrote in message ... My quesion is, at school they
August 2nd 03 04:46 PM
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Need Help Locating Suppliers and Glasses by R. Weisbloom
Hi all: I'm a newbie from the Montreal, Canada area and would like to find suppliers that ship to Canada or Canadian suppliers. I am also looking for classes in the area. Any help would be appreciated. If you could respond directly it would be appreciated, this way I can read responses from any...
August 2nd 03 09:39 PM
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ceramics courses by Scuola d'Arte Ceramica
Hallo all, please visit www.scuoladarteceramica.com This school is the better in the world for teaching the theory and practise techniques. Course on Majolica, wheel pots, raku, experimental ceramics, etc. For all People. See You Soon
August 3rd 03 11:14 AM
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exploding part by Bri
Well you all my get a chuckle out of this, I test fired my little kiln Sunday with a test piece of work. I turned the thing on to full blast and my part was reduced to little 1/4" pieces of ceramic when I opened it up :( Live and learn, My instructor at school got a big laugh out of it when I told...
August 4th 03 11:22 PM
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Looking For Pottery Makers by Planters' Dreams
Hello, We are a new floral and gift shop in located in Northern Minnesota. We are looking for pottery items that we can re-sell for live plants and artificial flowers (silk and ceramic). They should be large enough and sturdy enough to hold a standard size live house plant (with dirt) or larger...
August 5th 03 12:18 AM
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kiln question by Clayslinger
Don't know about Duncans but mine is a top loader also (name escapes me at the moment - brain freeze!). It gets VERY hot when firing and in fact I burnt a hole through a winter coat sleeve last winter. My old kiln, I could lift the metal peep hole covers no problem with a pair of oven mitts or...
August 5th 03 03:53 AM
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a nice website selling stoneware glazes by [email protected]
Hello, I fell over an interesting (commercial) website: http://www.ceramicglazes.com You might want to check it out, Numy
August 5th 03 05:33 PM
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Rutile question by Uncle John
Recently I fired my standard clear glaze.(Potash Feldsspar 19, Silica 19, Wollastonite 25,Podmore frit 2953 25,Microwhite China Clay 12.) (This glaze started out as the 20,20,20,20,20 glaze on the Digital Fire web site) on a buff stoneware clay. Electric kiln fired to between cone 6 and 7. The...
August 5th 03 10:20 PM
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kiln question by AndWhyNot
On Mon, 4 Aug 2003 10:23:09 +0800, "A&V" wrote: Hi, I have bought second-hand Duncan top loader kiln, fitted it with a automatic controller and bisque fired it for the first time last night. I was surprised how hot the outside of the kiln got - I burned my fingers...
August 6th 03 03:18 AM
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