Electric Kiln Workshop

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This workshop is designed as an introduction to electric kilns for people firing their own work for the first time, for teachers firing student work or even for experienced potters trying to solve common firing related clay and glaze problems.

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    Electric Kiln Workshop

    $50 or FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF A NEW KILN
    If you bought a kiln and would like to sign up for the workshop please call or email us.

    This workshop is designed as an introduction to electric kilns for people firing their own work for the first time, for teachers firing student work or even for experienced potters trying to solve common firing related clay and glaze problems.

    Topics covered include:
    Basic kiln construction and parts identification
    Pyrometric cones and firing temperatures
    Kiln loading
    Programming a computerized kiln
    Setting a kiln sitter and firing a manual kiln with switches
    Basic kiln maintenance and simple repairs
    Kiln safety
    Fixing firing faults by changing your firing schedules


    Dates

    Saturday - January 21, 2017 10a-2p
    Saturday - March 11, 2017 10a-2p
    Saturday - May 13, 2017 10a-2p


     
    About The Workshop
    Designed for people with any level (or no) experience operating an electric kiln. The class is taught by one of our on-staff, factory trained kiln technicians. Your space in class is not reserved until paid in full. Tuition will be refunded, less a $20 cancelation fee, if you withdraw 7 days before the class. Classes with less than 3 people enrolled will be cancelled.

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    SKU electric_kiln_workshop

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