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Mark C.

Member Since 09 Jan 2012
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In Topic: Recommendations For Triple-Beam Balance To Measure Glazes?

Today, 02:00 AM

I own a pricey O'Haus digital scale as well-its the 5000 gram one. My amazon one works just as well. If you are only making tiny batches of stuff say under 500 grams get the triple beam.

I think they are almost obsolete now at least for me-to slow.

This one has worked well for me

https://www.amazon.c...ywords=my weigh

under 40$


In Topic: Recommendations For Triple-Beam Balance To Measure Glazes?

Yesterday, 10:25 PM

I have a triple beam but rarely use it . I use my digital scale every week

You can pick up a 5,000 gram scale on amazon for under $40 that tares off any container and is sooooo much faster than the triple beam


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

Yesterday, 12:09 PM

New heater 2 years ago

new kitchen 10 years ago

new hardwood floors 5 years ago.

I only have one last room in house to redo

 

You know the saying -He who finishes everything dies


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

Yesterday, 11:22 AM

John I can relate to that age in place-I did the 50 year roof (never doing that again) 25 year exterior paint(never doing that again)  a few years ago

Next are the shower grab bars . I'm not yet middle 60s but am thinking ahead.

 

As to reduntant studio things I have 5 power wheels-but only use 4 so one is really extra .

I also have more glaze materials than I will ever use in my life


In Topic: Narrowed It Down To A Couple Wheels?

Yesterday, 11:12 AM

I started my career with a model C. Good solid choice. You will be happy. 

Mark