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  1. Hello! I would like to invite you to fill out a short survey, which I will use for my final year report. It will take no longer than 5 mins and will help me a lot. Here is a link: https://goo.gl/forms/Tg0Gti0czmKTQZhK2 Thank you!
  2. Hello all. I am currently a student at my local cummunity collage, and have a few classes and some experience under my belt. I have a small collection of my work, but I have always had someone else fire my work. I recently came up on a great deal for a Jen-Ken kiln. It was purchased back in 1995 and has never been used. It is a PFG-18-E with a Perfect Fire control digital control panel. I am just starting out and learning so any help on any topic would be greatly apreciated. Here are a couple topics I need the most help in: Can I put this in my garage as long as I have adiquit ventilation? Can I use it for both glass and ceramics at different times? Or once it is used for one media, it always has to be used for that. I have no manuals or operating instructions. Where can I get these from? Thank you in advance.
  3. Maite Rodríguez


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  4. Just wanted to let you guys know that I'm the featured member story for September on the NCECA blog. Super excited to be featured and kinda just surprised. Hope you can check it out. http://blog.nceca.net/member-story-spring-montes Thanks, Spring

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