I bought a used Evenheat 4320 kiln with kiln sitter. It does not have knobs to adjust heat settings. I has 4 switches that you turn on one at a time. I'd like to fire to cone 6 or cone 5 with a…Continue
What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
Interested in learning, novice
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I guess I'm still a beginner. I started at the end of December but I love to throw and learn. I bought a used wheel about a month ago and just bought a used kiln also. I plan to fire to cone 6 at home with glazes that my studio doesn't use. I'm hoping to learn more and be inspired here.
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I hope to learn and get in touch with a pottery community. I also love looking at other people's pottery and hope to find even more inspiration here!
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
home studio, commercial studio
How did you find this network?
referred by friend
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