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  1. Here is a post from an AMACO engineer on this subject. and here is the thread it is from....Anyone Use Amaco Potters Choice Saturation Metallic Or Gold?
  2. Here is another Ferro chart from their web site. http://www.ferro.com pottery frits 2008.pdf
  3. I'm one of those lucky people who almost never get sick (fingers crossed), and have happy memories of making mud pies.
  4. From what I remember that controller didn't have much memory, so had a limited number of ramps per program. I think candeling or a slow start had to be a separate program, but I could be wrong. A ramp of 204oC looked to fast to me so I never tried it, I haven’t experimented around much with different rates. After a 60min soak at about 80oC, I do the almost 150oC \ hr (300oF) to temp for bisque. There are so many different firing schedules out there from manufacturers and potters, I find it confusing.
  5. Here is a link to the manual, different kiln same manual though. Perfect Fire Operators Manual
  6. Excellent, I like the contrast with the foot ring.
  7. Thank you, I'm glad they look yummy, I only use pure can sugar in the recipe.
  8. I did a Google image search for climbing cats, I think this is what you are looking for, they are Camark cats made by Camark Pottery. Here is a blogger who did research on it....Those climbing cats
  9. Matt Oz

    Tree lamp day

    Thank you Frederik. I had a photo of a lit lamp, but it wasn't very good, so I posted a new one that's a bit better. One of these days I'm going to have to buy a newer camera.
  10. I see you have already made pieces every which way. Thanks for the info.
  11. With porcelain, has anyone tried a high fire bisque, than lower fire glaze. That way you wouldn’t have to worry about shrinkage, and have more support options for the glaze fire. I don't know about glaze fit though.
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