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  1. saggar firing

    one more thigs... i dont find new post option to write new topic,,, do you know where is it? i don't see it
  2. saggar firing

    actually i have to write an article and i should tell about EXPOSE CERAMIC BODY IN ENVIROMENT ... now i think both of them . fading and freezing thank you for your answer
  3. saggar firing

    i want to know about expose ceramic body outdoor and how to prevent this... who call tell me or introduce sources?
  4. pink glaze

    UNDER 1000c.... thank you
  5. pink glaze

    under 1000c... thank you
  6. pink glaze

    hi guys how can i get pink Matt glaze without transparency with iron chloride or iron sulfide or other oxides ? i think it is a kind of firing?
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    saggar
  9. saggar firing

    Unless you are willing to change your elements more frequently, do not use salts in an electric kiln. My friend , Russel Fouts , fires saggaars in electric kiln and has published articles about it. he does not use salts. Please google his articles. One is called "yes you can" it was in Pottery Making illustrated. his website is mes-Potes I fire mine in my raku kiln with gas. the saggaars are sealed. russel fires in his electric. has not change his elements in 15 years. Currently he is using a hard brick saggar and adds charcoal inside. he has written about using aluminum foil to wrap pieces rather than using the traditional saggar idea. I think you would benefit to read some of his ideas. Marcia i get it... thank you for your help
  10. saggar firing

    your descriptions are very nice and understandable, I'll do it surely... but in the last part, I have electric kiln, so the source of heat is scattered through all sides, how should I deal with this ? thank you
  11. saggar firing

    put the oxides in the sawdust and not on the bottom of the saggar. Mix the oxides with salt.put your pot on a chunk of brick above the combustibles. You hold the temperature by cutting back on your fuel and watching it with a pyrometer. The cap of the saggar should be tight. Marcia your descriptions are very nice and understandable, I'll do it surely... but in the last part, I have electric kiln, so the source of heat is scattered through all sides, how should I deal with this ? thank you
  12. saggar firing

    my saggar is a vase 40cm hight and 3ocm diameter, 2cm thickness..... i lay oxides at the bottom and set my works and put sawdust between them, i didn't use salt... do i use salt top of saggar???? do i put oxides in the special place or i can pour at the bottom of saggar and top of the works????? do i hold in temperature? if the cap of saggar is not closed correctly, may it cause any problem???? thank you
  13. saggar firing

    hi guys i'm in a problem.... i did saggar in 995c... but unfortunately i don't know why my works got no color. i put Chromium oxide, Cobalt oxide, copper oxide and copper sulfate at the saggar bottom. but there wasn't any color on my works.... please help me?
  14. slipresist recipe

    i want to use for raku, but i don't have slip resist. how can i get or make it???
  15. slipresist recipe

    i want recipes for slip resist to make it anybody help me??
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