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  1. HarryThePotter

    Fusing Alumina To Porcelain

    Hi guys! Recently I asked about a silicone ring inside a mug and received a lot of good feedback. As a result I decided to ditch the silicone and attach an aluminum oxide piece to the mug instead. I have attached a picture of the test results. It is so close! The alumina sticks well, but small cracks will be formed on the glazing. Do you know of any tricks to minimize cracking? The parts were fired to 1260C with high temp. glazing. -Harry
  2. I'm new here. I have just pickup a wheel, but can't find any information about on the web. It is a "The Max Wheel" Model 1500 made by "The Max Corporation" out of Washington D.C.. It's made out of heavy duty aluminium (weight a lot). It appears to have been built to handle a lot of clay. I'm trying to repair it and would like more info about it. Any leads would be greatly appreciate.
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