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High Bridge Pottery

Member Since 19 Feb 2013
Offline Last Active Today, 06:20 PM
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In Topic: Which Do You Prefer For Joining Process?

Today, 11:14 AM

Never tried magic water, I make up a thick slip and add some deflocculant to taste.


In Topic: Test Firing Of Rebuilt Paragon Snf24--Pretty Good, I Think. Maybe.

Yesterday, 01:02 PM

Thanks John.

 

Looking to get into electric reduction once I find another small kiln to buy or use the one I have. If it eats through elements I want to be able to make my own. Might email you to get a picture of your element set up.


In Topic: Learning To Use Colored Slip...help

Yesterday, 06:01 AM

 

Are High Bridge Pottery and Youdanxx the same people/person on You Tube? 

I don't think so, one is in Yorkshire, the other in Gateshead.  About 70 miles apart.

 

 

I wish I was Youdanxx  :P I am just an admirer of his videos/work. What made you think I was him? Gave me a laugh this morning.

 

Chilly I think you will find I am in Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead is a whole bridge over the river away!


In Topic: Hydrogen Burner

Yesterday, 05:54 AM

Thanks John, will have to see if I can get a subscription to that mag. Sounds like I would enjoy reading it.

 

Just got me thinking that if they keep improving in 10-20 years we could all be doing small scale hydrogen generation to fuel our kilns.


In Topic: Test Firing Of Rebuilt Paragon Snf24--Pretty Good, I Think. Maybe.

18 September 2014 - 02:16 PM

Not sure what the question is but I would love to see some pictures. Did you use the old electrics that came with the kiln or did you make up a completely new set? Did you follow the old element resistance or did you make up your own?