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  1. I have a fully fired sculpture of a body. I need to attach the upper torso to the lower body. Each piece is about 2.5 feet high. The pieces fit together well and with balance. Thought I could use cement and clay but was told that it would not really work. Then there is extra strength epoxy. Any knowledge of suggestions would be appreciated.
  2. I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on the type of cement to use to make a new kiln lid. Have been searching but haven't found anything that's made for lids, most cements I have found say not to use on lids. I am in the process of making a new gas kiln and would like to cement this one instead of drilling and cinching with all thread as I did on the last kiln. I have some amaco kiln cement, would this work? Will be firing mostly to cone 5-6 with an occasional cone 10.
  3. So.... My kiln is slowly being mended. I have the new elements being made up and some K26 bricks ordered. The problem with the original lid was that it really has no support in the middle of the lid which then had a peep hole in the middle-ish brick causing structural issues. The lid was bricked up in the standard brick wall config (sorry I don't know the correct term) but I am wondering if there is a better way to lay the bricks. The old lid was in the end held together by the tension of the steel case round the bricks. This was my idea from looking at pictures of kiln lids for the br
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