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  1. I just finished loading a glaze load in L&L. It came to mind that I have seen discussions of loading bisqueloads, some to the running over point, but not much on forcing as much as possible into a glaze load. Over the years, I have come to load my glaze kilns mostly with 1/2 shelves, but often leaving a 1/4 of the kiln occupied by a much larger piece(taller & wider) than the normal piece in the load. In order to do this, I stagger shelves, add shims of bisquefired clay under the stilt and keep on loading. How do you load a kiln of mixed pieces to make room for large pieces?

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