So, I’m guessing that you’re

Home Forums Glass Fusing General Fusing Discussion Kiln casting in a ceramic kiln? So, I’m guessing that you’re


So, I’m guessing that you’re (Stephen) saying either 1)the program will be long (2 days? longer?) or 2) the electricity costs will be high. I need to talk with the ceramic artist in residence and do some kiln testing, I think. I’m planning a different class at the moment and need to figure out the correct firing schedule for tack/contour fusing powders/frits to a single layer of standard thickness glass without much distortion. But, the kiln casting class would be preferable for the studio set up, if I can fire the pieces in the ceramic kiln at the center. That would mean no transport for me, and not using my studio kiln and tying it up for a week and not be able to use it myself.

Dee, the artist in residence is the only other person that fires the kiln and I will be meeting with her next week. I will keep your experiences in mind.



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