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eoteceramics

Member Since 17 Jun 2012
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In Topic: Two Pieces Ruined, Help Needed

Yesterday, 12:59 AM

Hi, thanks for going to all that trouble :rolleyes: 

 

Yes its earthenware and cone 2. It does have a controller so I will attempt to  reprogramme to your recommendations and see if its any better. Its hard not to peek but I'll go walk next doors dog !

 

Thanks again, Julia


In Topic: Two Pieces Ruined, Help Needed

25 May 2016 - 11:59 AM

Thanks Min,

 

Wow I really thought they were dry, I did the moisture test with my finger and they seemed ok, but I guess not :(

 

I fire to 1140 °over approx. 12hrs about 100°an hour with a half hour soak. I don't open the door until its under 200°and even then just for a peek. I also never used to cover while drying as It takes so long anyway but will start doing this now. I have to confess these two pieces were left out in the rare sunshine for an hour or two just t speed it up so I suppose that didn't help matters.


In Topic: Two Pieces Ruined, Help Needed

25 May 2016 - 01:24 AM

Hi, these are the pieces after I took them from the kiln.

 

Pic 2 seems to have just cracked straight across with the attached pieces coming away from the surface.

 

In the first one the piece has seemingly crumbled in one part as well as the smaller pieces coming away from the surface, very curious as to what has caused the crumbling.

 

Any ideas very welcome.

 

Julia


In Topic: Two Pieces Ruined, Help Needed

24 May 2016 - 04:42 AM

Thanks for replies it was a bisque firing and yes gravity was on my side. Unfortunatley the pieces are  broken and unable to glue with glaze. Marcia I might have a photo later.

 

Julia


In Topic: Help With Oxide Colour

03 October 2015 - 04:57 AM

Thanks for your replies, I have an electric kiln seancisse