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About Peter

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  • Birthday 05/22/1955

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    BC. Canada
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    Pottery, Drawing, Riding, Reading, BBQ, Beer, Wine and Coke (the cola kind) and various combinations of the above.
  1. If I may chime in. I've been using my Bailey's roller for a few years now and never had any trouble. I run the clay through from a 3"tapered log to 1/4 inch thick in one feed. The rollers have a rough gripping surface and the canvas that originally came with it was quite coarse also.. My original instructions say to lay the canvas (approx. 7' long) with half in front of the rollers and the other half draped over the roller assembly. Place the clay on the canvas, fold the rest back over it and feed it through folded side first. I found that using 2 sheets causes the rollers to fee
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    Some of my Raku projects
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