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  1. Hi there, I have Amaco Potters Choice glazes and they say that they should be fired to cone 5/6. I am very new to pottery and was wondering what this means in terms of the firing schedule in my Nabetherm kiln. I have been trying to get the effects as shown on their website but they do not look very similar! What would the different outcomes of cone 5 and 6 be? Thanks so much and really appreciate any help, lara
  2. Hello all, My dad would like to set up a small studio with a medium-sized (18-22" or so) electric kiln for firing mid-range ceramics. He is in Northern PA close to Binghamton, NY. He's willing to drive up to two or three hours in any direction for a used kiln in good condition, and has been scouring craigslist and offerup, but nothing has come up yet. Would anyone here have any leads? Thanks! Alisha
  3. Hello! Does anybody have experience firing Standard Clay 112 or 182 to cone 06/6? These are the clays that I work with and typically my studio fires to cone 05/5. However, I have recently started working out of home and found a studio nearby that will fire my work, but to cone 06/6. I want to be sure that I like the result before committing to the change.
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