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Elliot

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  1. I have the Olympic 1214-120E. It is fairly new with only a half dozen or so firings since I haven't been able to do much lately.
  2. I have a 110 Olympic Kiln rated for cone 4 and am just getting into the nuances of firing. Up until now I have just set my controller and let it alone. My only experiment has been mixing a low fire clay and with high fire and firing at the high fire temp (really interesting results if anyone is interested). Now, I want to experiment with firing, but I would like some advice/opinions before I do. I know cones are more then temps, but is it possible for a cone 4 110v kiln to safely reach the levels needed to mature cone 5 or (potentially 6) clay without damaging the kiln? If so, what type of firing schedule would I need to write or use? Lastly, does anyone have any tips on learning about writing firing schedules? Thank you, Elliot
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