Pit Firing Using a Good Old-Fashioned Charcoal Grill - Ceramic Arts Network
Pit firing without the pit! Sumi Von Dassow explains how she adapted the pit firing process to work in a Weber Grill! Oh, the possibilities!
Skutt Kiln Maintainence - Replacing the Kiln's Element
This video shows how to order and replace the element in your Skutt Kiln. It give step by step instructions for the do-it-yourself replacement.
Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture | the dirt | making kiln stilts
Jenni Ward ceramic sculpture | where art & nature meet | I have a decent selection of store bought stilts for the occasional need to glaze a project comple
2 Essential Kiln Checklists to Keep Your Art Room Safe - The Art of Education University
Have you ever had a kiln catastrophe? During my first year of teaching, my students and I partnered with a local artist to create a few clay tile installations for the new Children’s Museum in Madison, WI. Talk about pressure! Although I made it through creating, drying and bisque firing the tiles without incident, when […]
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A Guide to the Ceramic Kiln and Various Firing Methods - Ceramic Arts Network
The late Richard Zakin's guide to ceramic kilns is all you'll ever need to know when looking for, and firing, a ceramic kiln.
Firing Clay: Ten Basics of Firing Electric Kilns
Firing clay is the most critical part of the ceramics process and here we present some great tips on firing clay in an electric kiln.
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What your clay project will do if it is too thick, fired too wet, or has unvented hollow areas. If the clay is too thick it takes much longer for the center to dry out thoroughly. If the clay has moisture in it when fired, the moisture will turn to steam and expand, and if the steam cannot escape from the piece fast enough it will blow the piece up. Unvented air pockets in the
5 Ways to Prevent Explosions in Your Kiln - ClayGeek
It happens to everyone. A piece of greenware blows up, sending ceramic shards flying everywhere. You’re lucky if the explosion doesn’t take down other pieces in the process. A waste of clay and hard work… and tons of fun to clean up. But why do pieces explode in the kiln? The culprit is
Premium High Temp Cone 10 Kiln Wash - Lee's by Axner
A high temperature protective coating for kiln shelves and other areas inside the kiln that may be subjected to dripping glaze during firing.
Evaluating Damaged Firebricks: The Paragon Kiln Maintenance Series
http://www.paragonweb.com Many types of firebrick damage are cosmetic only; they do not affect a kiln's firing results. In this video, we will help you evalu...