I have a Paragon A-66B kiln, which I would like to use for fusing glass. The kiln has a kiln-sitter (for use with pyrometric cones) but is not programmable. There is one kiln switch which can be set to Low, Med or High. Other “controls” are a lid which can be vented and 2 peephole plugs which can be open or plugged. I have the firing schedule for the 90 COE glass I am using but do not know how to implement the firing schedule using the controls I have. My needs are simple; I am mostly making jewelry and ornaments. However, I would like to be able to tack fuse, contour fuse, full fuse and fire polish. I have used the kiln before to slump wine bottles. I could just buy a microwave kiln (sorry – I’m sure you are cringing!) but I figure I might as well use this kiln as long as I have it. Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.
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