I build complete systems, each product I sell is 100% complete.
I don’t do the brick cutting or the metalwork for the kilns. I use L&L and Euclid’s kilns to make the shell to Fallonator design. You still get the kiln warranty from the kiln manufacturer for the kiln and I give a warranty for those items that the kiln manufacture don’t cover. It’s like an extended warranty for your car. The JMH kilns come in all the popular sizes and some not so popular sizes like our JMH-5 it’s 5 cubic foot stacking space, uses kiln shelves for a 18” kiln but the JMH5 is 20” across, it gives you the extra space, just as fast as the small 18” kilns are, but wide enough to do large bowls and platers.
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Hi Dale! Been awhile. After few years hiding in the garden I blew the dust off the equipment and settled back in.
Your work is beautiful! Love the texture against the glazes.
I have to get through two shows in the next couple weeks and then hope to contribute my last glaze test results. looks like a good site to plug in with other ^6 potters.
Low cost flat lapping disc can be used on you potters wheel if you, drill bat pin holes in it, and provide a trickle of water to cool it. At amazon.com, 120 grit for aggressive material removal. Click the image to purchase
Members have had great things to say about John Britt's new book, Mid-Range Glazes. Click the image to buy from Amazon.com
If you just want to spout off, it is best accomplished as a blog posting. If you want to get more guidance and ideas from other members, ask a question as a new discussion topic. In the upper right corner of the lists for both types of posting, you will find an "+Add " button. Clicking it will open an editor where you create your posting. 4/16/2014