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myzer

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  1. Thank you for your feedback. I'll definitely try it with less important pieces. The kids are really looking forward to their pieces, so am I : )
  2. I have a lot of different items my students made and for the first time I am working with the Velvet Underglazes from Amaco, they are now bonedry, I mean really bonedry! Can I stack underglazed pots in underglazed pots to be bisqued or will they fuse. Would it also fuse on the shelves if some of the underglaze is on the bottom of the pots. To be safe I have cleaned all the bottoms and it was quite tedious. I am ready for the first bisque fire and will post the before and after shortly.
  3. HI Mark I've seen this way of stacking for bisque firings, however with the Amaco Velvet underglazes which can be applied to greenware and then bisqued, can these pots be Tumble stacked too? Thanks. Melany
  4. I watched the video which I found very helpful too. I was also wondering if anyone knows what kind of material or surface the table is, nothing sticks to it? It almost looks like a black concrete?
  5. Thanks Pres, truly love this idea and that is something I'll be trying myself tonight on the wheel. It is indeed about the feel of the clay on the wheel. Any more of these great ideas and teaching strategies for the beginners from 5 years to adults, which is the age range I'll be teaching.
  6. Thank you all for the wonderful suggestions. I am located in South America; what has worked best is ordering clean clay from the U.S. and having it consolidated in Miami and shipped overseas. One can only imagine the extra costs and import duties. Therefor it is best to purchase in bulk(for better discounts and considering our monetary inflation rate against the US Dollar) and stock up. The clay keeps very well, although I wished Amaco would vacuum seal the bags, instead the weight of the clay keeps it closed. Unfortunately during unloading; boxes of clay are sometimes jumbled causing the b
  7. Hello, I am new to this Forum and love to read the posts. I've just recently invested in starting up a small Ceramics studio and purchased all of my supplies from Amaco such as Clay, wheels, Kiln to tools. I was wondering if anyone can suggest any other good online companies with very competitive prices for their tools and supplies. I have found that Amaco sells en extensive range but rather basic tools. Thanks for the help. Melany
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