Slumping times

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wordana
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It depends upon the process temperature, thickness of the glass, shape of the mold, etc, etc, etc… there is no “one size fits all”. The closest I have to a OSFA schedule is ramp to 1100, hold 30, ramp to 1225 and hold 15. This works for 2-4 layer, relatively shallow slumps (bowls, sushi plates, etc). If you have a deep slump, small span, etc., you’re going to need more time and possibly more heat.

The best thiing to do is observe the piece in the kiln.

Dana w.

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