mark back to OP (original post).... no i dont think you can convert that recipe to electric. reduction is the KEY. however i do think it is possible to find a make a glaze that is similar, an new formualtion not a RE-formulation in the few experiments ive done. Iron oxide in oxidation never look like iron oxide in reduction. like mart said the chemistry is is not the same. and there is no replacing wood fired effects.
the amaco cone6 (which i unfortunately paid for) became a an under layer, i found it flat and boring..... definitely not a tenmoku. with this one i think they are way overstepping the boundaries of name usage. i can appreciate the gaijin versions of japanese glazes but this is not in same ball park.
this raises a whole nother topic, off topic from orginal post... "american shinos" aka gaijin shinos vs japanese shino... gaijin temoku vs.............
the reason i mentioned albany, alberta is ive seen recipes where people say its tenmoku LIKE. and they looked more like the "japanese tenmokus" ive seen on the internet.
norm... im interested in your albany/alberta slip recipes please pm me.
mart please send me above links they dont seem to work.
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The middle of the road is boring
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