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  1. bciskepottery : I recon I will order some bisque tiles. Was thinking that by using the laser to make pattern by removing the glaze I would actually be adding color to a bisque surface. I see where a potential problem could exist between the glazes and cone levels now though. Appreciate all the responses I have gotten. Much to learn. Diesel Clay; Thanks, I will be trying the china paints on tiles I have on hand. Seems like that process would work for trivets and hot plates. Appreciate that information. I am located in Lafayette, In. (The "right" side of the river. ) Don't tell
  2. I have a laser which I have been using to engrave designs into big store bought ceramic tiles. Up to this point I have been color filling them with rub-n-buff or I have painted them and engraved off all the paint except the design itself. Sometimes I mask the tiles and laser thru the mask and then paint and remove the mask after painting. I also have a sand blaster which I sometimes use to etch the tiles deeper than the laser can do. I have a kiln ordered that will fire cone 10. I would like to color the engravings and fire them in the kiln so the completed tiles can be set using sande
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