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"If nobody has tried the SH Red Orange by itself as a liner it is gorgeous and has a…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 2, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"I still need to make a set of test tiles, actually throw some test cylinders so I ca…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 2, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"I asked Stephen Hill which of his glazes are suitable for liner glaze and he told me…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 2, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"talked to my kiln distributor today.  He asked if the Envirovent on my Skutt was wor…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 2, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"For the record: The clay body I am using is LAGUNA 607 Cone 6 Buff Stoneware. It is…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 2, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"Thanks for your reply. I slow down my BISQUE firing on its way UP, the range when th…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 1, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"I emailed Stephen Hill and he told me he uses Coleman Cone 10 porcelain, yes Cone 10…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 1, 2013 to What Are the Best White Stoneware and Porcelain Bodies for Single Firing with the SH palette?

1 Dec 1, 2013
Reply by Tom Waggle

"I cannot explain how or why some of my pieces come out with no defects and others do…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 1, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"If anyone is using cone 6 stoneware successfully without pinholes and craters could…"

Tom Waggle replied Dec 1, 2013 to Pinholes and craters

22 Oct 17, 2016
Reply by Tom Anderson

"I think it is important to stress the hold at Cone 5, it will fall between 30 and 60…"

Tom Waggle replied Mar 20, 2013 to Cone 6 firing schedule for SCM etc glazes

23 Jun 27, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

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