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Dale pots

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  • Birthday July 3

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  1. Ah, you got the trashcan spot, everyone will stop at your booth. The only one better is next to the outhouse if they're selling beer, did someone else have first choice? Haha! Great pic, I see you already have some nice glaze designs. 1976 I just finished HS & was practically living in a community college ceramics studio, next thing you know your doing all the work & loading. Ah the days!
  2. Mike, everyone's got you going in the right direction with thickness & maybe too much water for sure, but one more thought by looking at the first pic is needing more compression on the base. Watch a video of a platter being thrown, you don't have to be as excessive as a platter but it will give you a good look at good compression. Oops! Bill got it, I posted before reading Bill's post.
  3. Stephen, just don't use wood shelves & your problem is solved. Go get metal shelves.
  4. Did you tell him you'll send him a catalog of your complete toilets and color chart?
  5. Why, how come, what for, & could I have my old forum back? Sorry to complain like an old man (I am) but all the current stuff was on one page without scrolling down, it was simple to just glance at. Once again sorry.
  6. Pamela, which ever lighting system you choose you could add some extra ceiling elec. receptacles where you might add hanging light fixtures later on.
  7. Wilscotkap your 3/4" gas line would be undersized at 20', at 10' it would be a minimum. You need a 1' line.
  8. If the pedal was pushed down & left that way while not in use it will put a flat spot on the cone. It may return to normal if it's not too old & hard. Other than that the belt could be separating, which could be hard to tell without removing it & turning it inside out (sort of speak). While the belt is off see if the motor pulley moves side to side with your hand (bearing), then turn it on & listen for a bearing. The worse thing is if the rubber suspension washers that hold the whole motor are wasted, they are integral with the bolts. Mine did that & I tried to work around that & never was the same. But it was 30 years old at the time. So I went out & bought a Rolls Royce (Brent). Lets hope yours is just a belt!
  9. Sounds like a short if your breaker is tripping, how does your pedal cord look & feel, any kinks or softer spots when you bend it around? Just another idea to check.
  10. You got me, and I thought you just made it up! Nice King, we sure don't get those in so cal, maybe I need to plant an apple tree.
  11. Haha I think you've been smoking some of that medical stuff or you better check your kiln vent! By the way when is unicorn season up there?
  12. Doris I would just do some sample stains on epoxy tests and also see if it fades over time.
  13. I don't know anything about this wheel but I would take the pedal assy. apart and see what makes it tick. Watch out for springs (boing)!
  14. Like Mark said you need a minimum #12 wire and that's if your distance isn't too long. Don't guess, electrical fires aren't good and you could be liable.
  15. I hope you get some special pieces and it didn't all turn out to be a bunch of sculptures. Just as important did you get the fuel pumps done? The tuna should be getting close to you up there!
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