Maulik Oza
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  • Ahemedabad, Gujarat
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gas to electric conversion

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Poulter Feb 26, 2014. 11 Replies

hello everyone,can anyone help me in converting my 20 cuft gas kiln into electirc kiln. i need to know how many elements will i need and how much electricity it will consume to reach cone 10.Continue

Claybody for large scale ceramics

Started this discussion. Last reply by Maulik Oza Apr 29, 2013. 7 Replies

hi everyone.. just joined in. By profession i am an architect from India and very much interested in ceramics. so started my own workshop where we work in ceramics and handmade papers.recently…Continue


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At 12:09pm on July 9, 2013, Denice E. Demuth said…

Haven't found the formula yet, before I dig deeper I believe the recipe calls for lead, do you use it?  We can't buy it in the U.S. it's banned,  I work in electric C6  and some C1 Majolica, I do a lot of tile fountains, murals and sculptural pottery.  I found a recipe I thought you might like  Raku Blue it gives spectacular copper luster from blue to yellow-green.                     Frit 3110----70      Colemanite----5    Silica----10     Soda Ash-----10       E.P.K.----5     Copper Carb.----2 to 3 percent.  I'm not sure what names your chemicals are sold under,  this recipe is at least 40 years old.  I am interested in finding out what type glazes that you used on your murals.  I am designing a new fountain and looking for fresh ideas.     Denice 

At 5:52am on July 9, 2013, Denice E. Demuth said…

I enjoy seeing pictures of your work that you post, I have never quite figured out how to post here.  George Lewter tried to help me but he couldn't figure out the problem was either. I use to send people to Ceramic Monthly Forum to see some photos but they changed the site last week and lost my photos.  Have you fired your new raku kiln yet, in college I did a semester of raku glaze testing.  One of the glazes was named after me I think's it's called Demuth's Purple Passion.  If you want to try the recipe I'll dig it up for you.    Denice



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