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Having just moved from 6 acres, where I had a larger studio and a gas kiln, to a subdivision house with a garage for kiln space, I am highly interested in converting a large portion of my firing to electric cone 6. Still have the gas kiln and some hope for connecting it, but this is where I am for now.
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