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  1. Hi I want to attempt to make profile moulds for a jigger jolly as I'm a novice and don't have the skill to throw by hand. My question relates to the final thickness of stoneware? I'm trying to straddle the line between durability and aesthetics. Again I'm referring to final thickness recommendations out of the kiln. I will infer a 10 to 12% allowance for shrinkage. I figure this is one of those how longs a piece of string sort of questions, but I guess I could get a roundabout answer from consensus or the average. Thanks
  2. GOOD KILN MFG INC Will my fired pieces be okay, strength wise, if all of my elements aren't reaching full temp? (The kiln shuts off and the 06 cone fires perfectly.) I want to run at least one more load before I rip out and replace the erroneous elements. Thank you, -NewElementsOnTheWay
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