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I've been doing research on some pottery drying racks on wheels and they can be around $500. Would you/could you... use a professional baking rack instead? Here's the link and I also shared a photo. The cost is only $90 for the bakers rack and you can buy a plastic cover. Just curious what other potters think about it. Thank you. https://www.webstaurantstore.com/regency-20-pan-end-load-bun-sheet-pan-rack-unassembled/109RACKECON.html?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=GoogleShopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI3o3z-tLM5wIVlOF3Ch1iFAXUEAQYAiABEgIjt_D_BwE
Hello! New to the ceramic world and I am very interested in delving into Porcelain (cone 6) clay. I'm interested in designing very contemporary and minimal jewelry, however I understand that porcelain shrinks significantly during the firing process. My question is: how would I go about firing Specifically rings? are there certain metal rods that I could use in the kiln, similar to a bead rack that can keep the ring smooth and even during the process and POSSIBLY true to the size once finished? I've seen many of these beautiful rings online and I'm very unsure how to fire them. Also, is
I finally got around to making some of my own bead racks and what do ya know ... They actually worked! I have a couple commercial ones but they are just not in a configuration that works well for me and waste loads of room in the kiln. I made mine from the same clay I always use, Little Loafers. I am currently still using the nichrome wires from the commercial racks but when I have the money plan to buy some Kanthal wire and see how it works as supports for the items. The racks may not be beautiful but I have bisque fired them loaded as well as glaze firing with them loaded as you see in