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Marcia Selsor

Member Since 16 May 2010
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In Topic: Small Kiln In House (Not Garage Or Basement)

Today, 04:17 PM

Yes it does. BUt you need the right outlet for the right amps.

In Topic: Small Kiln In House (Not Garage Or Basement)

Today, 11:48 AM

I am excited about my new kiln shed and studio. I am taking 5 kilns with me and rebuilding my large raku when I get there. bringing the insulation with me since I already have it.

In Topic: How Is The Outside Surface Made - Shino Fresh Water Jar By Suzuki Tomio

Today, 11:45 AM

Thanks John. THat is quite the explanation but really clarifies the mysteries of several of the above.

In Topic: Qotw: Are There Redundant Things In Your Studio?

Today, 11:39 AM

I love all these focuses . making home for growing old in is exactly why we're moving to this place. We really aren't happy in current location and have missed life in Montana where we want to grow old. mellow friendly pace of life there. THe house is much lower maintenance that the old one we had in Billings. THe one in Texas is way too big but nice surrounding except for the heat and bugs that eat everything in my garden and on trees. planning a manageable greenhouse is the North. as for what I won't leave behind: good work tables on wheels, slab roller, pugmill, clay mixer, paper pulp mixer, still have ball mill but..it may go. Wheels, perfect height for me wedging table, chemical storage shelves for container, ware arts on wheels, on wheels that doubles for a crate for my grandmother's crystal cabinet ,
I am really hoping to roll everything onto the container. Got rid of 50% of my books. some of the chemicals can stay until spring. THe mirror is coming. Propane torch bottles staying. Not allowed on the container. This will be the last time for studio move. I am thankful it is in a place we both love. The plan is to move the studio and some of the household and get the old house ready to sell by next summer.

In Topic: Small Kiln In House (Not Garage Or Basement)

Today, 09:17 AM

be very careful about the wiring. I had a test kiln that I had in Montana moved it to Texas. IT was 110 v house wiring. IT was fine in Montana but slightly melted the outlet in the carport in Texas.. ENough so that I wouldn't use it until I had new wiring. I had new wiring put into my kiln shed for all the kilns including that one.