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Saki

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  1. Ah, that makes sense. Thanks. By any chance, do you have any suggestions on the power/CFM necessary?
  2. Hi, I want to build a spray booth in my basement studio. The design I have in mind would have a spray area 36" x 36" x 36" max, with a filter at the back and a fan behind the filter. The fan would then connect to an exhaust hose and vent outside through a basement window directly above and behind the booth. I have some questions about the fan: (1) What is the best type of fan for this setup? (I was thinking of an inline duct fan?) (2) What is the minimum CPM I should look for in the fan, especially if the air passes from the fan, through an exhaust duct, then outside? (3) As an
  3. Hi, I have a related question. I can see how throwing round plates is faster and easier than slab building. But if I want to make a large, rectangular or oblong platter (e.g., a 9" x 21" fish platter), would it be easier to do that using a hump mold or a slump mold? My initial guess is that a hump mold might be easier because you can let it dry on the mold and gravity will help the curved sides keep their shape. However, I've never used either a slump or a hump mold before, so I might be missing something.
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