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    lindatherk
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    I have a 14″ Olympic kiln with a combination brick & fiber wall. My firing schedules always seem a lot lower than everyone else uses. I do a full fuse on 2-layers of System 96 4 x 6″ at 400 degrees. That’s 75 degrees lower than what I’ve seen on most schedules. My question is, if my top temperature is that much different, should my anneal temperature be 75 degrees lower than recommended too? Should all my temperatures be lowered? If enamels need to be fired to 1380, do mine only need to go to 1305? May seem like a stupid question, but it’s confusing to me 🙂

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    Paul Tarlow
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    You can always perform the anneal-hold at a higher than required temperature so I would continue to hold at the prescribed temperature and maybe extend the anneal cooling a bit lower.

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    lindatherk
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    Thank you!

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