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  1. Looking to buy my first wheel for home (will be in my garage). I throw porcelain including larger platters/plates so I need a two part splash pan. I’m deciding between a Brent C or CXC or a Bailey ST-X or XL. I have used a Brent but not the Bailey. Considering the Bailey given the larger splash pan, trim guard attachment and the fact that it is a bit cheaper. But don’t want to be penny wise and pound foolish.... would love some feedback from those with experience on these wheels. Thanks!
  2. Hi, Anyone used the Frema PW-DC-AH wheel? Is it any good? I am considering buying one and can find no reviews on-line. Or can anyone recommend an similar wheel? Cheers Andy https://www.bluematchbox.co.uk/ctm-frema-potters-wheel-pwdc.html
  3. Hi , I have an old Podmore alsager wheel, its been restored in the past. What I would like to know is can I reverse the the motor as I am a left handed potter? see pictures for reference Alsager.pdf
  4. My 8 year old Shimpo was getting slower and slower. I called Shimpo after trying to adjust the potentiometer. That’s when I learned that it needed a new control board for $317.00. I mostly handbuild so the wheel was not used daily. I did not know that the capacitors on the control board are like a battery and the wheel needs to run to keep them charged. Sitting idle decreases their life span. Am I the only one not aware of this? Is this so with all the newer wheels? My 40 year old year old Brent has been repaired once. I bought the Shimpo for the quiet Thanks to all. Ruth
  5. Week 36 The author recommends building your own dry clay mixer using a _____________ with the standard reinforcement ribs. This should be an unused container as some materials stored may have been quite toxic or flamable. trash can wooden barrel steel drum plastic can The author has plans for a welded steel frame kick wheel, a ________________ kick wheel, and a DC-powered kick wheel. wooden frame steel pipe ta
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