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MichaelP

Member Since 16 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 02 2015 02:03 AM
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In Topic: Making Very Fine Lines!

02 June 2015 - 02:03 AM

Thank you guys.

 

Pugaboo,

 

Have you tried the zinc-free glaze over iron oxide? I found that several clear glazes I used kills iron oxide or Amaco Velvet terracotta color underglaze (that, I presume, contains iron oxide).


In Topic: Making Very Fine Lines!

31 May 2015 - 08:29 PM

Tube lining is the term for these fine line. I use a sawed off ear syringe with a hypodermic needle

Marcia,

 

Do you apply it to bisque or greenware? Is the surface flat or you make a groove prior to underglaze application?

Any suggestions on a Cone 5-6 transparent glaze that wouldn't destroy the colors?

 

Thank you.

 

Mike


In Topic: Diy Kiln Vent

03 November 2014 - 10:28 PM

..would such an addition in my situation be overkill?

IMHO, it would. Just consider how many potters never used one. :)

 

Certainly, it will have a positive impact: especially, on more even heat distribution throughout the chamber. So if you have a problem with uneven firing, by all means, try it. Otherwise, I doubt that you'll notice any real difference. But this is just my humble opinion.


In Topic: Diy Downdraft Vent

03 November 2014 - 04:44 PM

No need for the extra holes in the collection cup at all.  Make them in a rigid part of the pipeline connecting the collector and your fan. The openings can be easily made adjustable through the use of a hose clamp or a similar device partially covering the holes.

 

I'd, probably, make the holes closer to the collector just to keep the rest of the line cooler and somewhat less prone to corrosion.


In Topic: Diy Downdraft Vent

02 November 2014 - 11:38 PM

http://community.cer...-diy-kiln-vent/