What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I am a 16 year professional studio potter. I've been firing a cone 5 production line in oxidation throughout that time. Though I still maintain that line, the majority of my work has for many years been fired in cone 10 reduction firings in a modified electric/gas/ hybrid kiln.
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Hey Nick.. Really nice work and your blog is fantastic . Also, thanks a bunch for the video on your electo/gas kiln.....well done. Did you ITC the elements? I've heard that ITC really extends element life.
Many years ago I read a post from Bonnie Staffel about a reducing electric kiln she owned which was made by the Reduction Production Co. In order to achieve a reducing atmosphere, this kiln had a drawer that would slide in & out that you could fill with combustables. This would have been back in the mid 1970's ...
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