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What Would You Change to Make the Cone6pots Network a Stronger Community?

If you were in charge, what would you change? Would you like to be the moderator, or administrator for any part of the network? How do we t…

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Supporting Membership Strengthens and Enhances the C6P network

Updated July 5, 2012 Supporting membership is conferred on those who contribute to our community, either by contributing quality content to…

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Trying posting photos

Started by Luca

1 Feb 20, 2021
Reply by Luca

Have you ever tried crater glaze?

I've tried a lot of methods, and the most similar recipe is. Glass 70. Kaolin 30. Fine silicon carbide 1. Copper carbonate 5. The effect is…

Started by meiniye

3 Feb 20, 2021
Reply by Luca

Materials substitution

can Gillespie borate be substituted for gerstley borate

Started by Robert spicer

1 Dec 18, 2020
Reply by Norm Stuart

Cone 6 Overfire

My kiln overtired probably Cone 6&1/2. A lot of my stuff in the middle 2 trays came out muddy and dark with the glazes not doing what w…

Started by Murratte Graves

0 Oct 13, 2020

Thank you Norm Stuart. Save the Darvan gel-like reclaim for wheelwork!

Hi, It has been awhile, but I have been very busy reacting to the advice given with great success, . This was exactly what I needed to do N…

Started by Andre Johann Strydom

1 Mar 14, 2020
Reply by Norm Stuart

Buying my first kiln

Hello all, I will be buying my first kiln ever in a few months and I was wondering if I could get some advice.  I want to fire at cone 6. M…

Started by Olga Biff

0 Feb 20, 2020

Glaze Crawling Problem

Any idea why the glaze is moving like this? I mixed a large quantity of this glaze early year and I have been using it since. In the past I…

Started by RS

7 Jan 7, 2020
Reply by RS

wash glazes

Hello everybody, can anyone tell me what does it mean ' wash glazes '? is it  a transparent glaze? Thank you for your answer  jori from Bel…

Started by josi rica

6 Sep 24, 2019
Reply by josi rica

The Ceramics Links Forum

One of the best things we can do here at the cone6pots network is to be a good resource for our members. In the internet age a resource gui…

Started by George Lewter

0 Mar 24, 2019

fritte cebex

  Hello I have a recipe of  crystals  glaze with :   cebex 52190 frit , do you know by what I can replace her? I don't find this frit in…

Started by josi rica

4 Sep 2, 2018
Reply by josi rica



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