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  1. Hello! I’m gearing up for a big outdoor craft show in a few weeks and the exhibitors packet said “no ez up tents” due to the venue being windy. This is my first time doing this show so I’m not sure what to do! I don’t own a canopy like a light dome or trim line, and I’m not sure if I’m ready to invest that much, and renting one will cost almost half the price of buying one! Anyone have any advice?? Will a good quality pop up probably be ok with proper weights? Or do I bite the bullet and buy the light dome? Thanks!
  2. I am setting up my own studio with an electric kiln and I'm looking at different venting systems. The most common is the down draft variety, but I am interested in feedback regarding a canopy hood. I have looked at round Vent-A-Kiln canopy hoods that pull down closely over the kiln when firing and raise up out of the way when not in use. They have the claims of being more efficient at eliminating fumes and heat. They overhang the edges of the kiln by 4-6" and come in either 265 CFM of 500 CFM. Does anyone out there use this system or have comment on the pros or cons of this system versus the downdraft system?
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