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Sbsoso

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  1. O.k.... I just got a call from my brother. He has figured out and solved the problem, and the answer was nothing I would have ever come up with. He kept thinking the problem had to have something to do with the pugmill--- and I kept telling him that didn't make any sense. Well, he adjusted the speed of the augers and the clay is now coming out perfectly again. I don't know how or why, but there ya have it. Thanks again to all of you for taking the time to respond.
  2. Thank you all for taking the time to respond. I appreciate it. I'll send your replies along to my brother. Happy New Year!
  3. Hi All, A clay stumper question for you. My brother works for a ceramic tile company, and recently called me with a clay question that has him (and now me) completely stumped. They roll out slabs of commercial clay fresh from the bags to make their tiles. Fresh out of the bag, the clay is perfect. When they cut out the squares from the slab, the edge scraps (still soft and pliable) get pugged using a de-airing pug mill. The ONLY thing they add to the soft scraps is a bit of water. The pugged clay is now always completely short and breaks apart when they try to run it throu
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