Thank you, I have called Cress and wasn't too impressed with the help; they also do not have a manual. they directed me to their website, which manuals do not have the specified controls/combination of controls that mine has
I was trying to find out what mid-fire glaze combinations you could use with a black or red engobe? I can't remember what they used to do at the art center I used to go to; and I can't find much information on using engobes with mid-fire glazes.
Thank you - I actually didn't realize the round labels were sold with "removable " adhesive. That is one thing I dislike about those, is that you peel them off to reprice, or whatever, and can't get the darn little things off
I am picky aren't I
Still would like to hear what works well for others
Thank you all, maybe I need to refine what I am asking; we were talking about for example the next fiiring (glaze firing) when doing "ceramics". The thought being in ceramics, still making greenware, firing to cone 04 then glaze fire. The statement that was made was that a "glaze fire" for "ceramics" as I eluded to takes less time than "pottery" glaze firing.
Thank you for the input; I never really saw a different between making/mold pouring and associated process vs. Clay/Pottery hand building and now wheel works....