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==Overview==
 
This is where we can hang info on the Pottery Kiln.
 
 
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* [https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Ceramic_Kiln/Controller Arduino based Kiln Controller]
 
* [https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Ceramic_Kiln/Controller Arduino based Kiln Controller]
 
* [https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Ceramic_Kiln/Gallery Gallery of kiln related pictures]
 
* [https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Ceramic_Kiln/Gallery Gallery of kiln related pictures]
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==Overview==
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This is where we can hang info on the Pottery Kiln.
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About the Kiln:
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The Makers Local 256 kiln is an Evenheat model 4320.
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* It is capable of firing to 2300F or Cone 8.
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* It uses a KilnSitter kiln controller that has a bad timer and 4 zones controllable via light switches.
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* It uses a 220v, 24A breaker.
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== Directions / Suggestions ==
 
== Directions / Suggestions ==
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'''Clay (getting it)'''
 
'''Clay (getting it)'''
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* Currently we are sourcing clay from Hobby Lobby.
  
 
'''Throwing (using the potters wheel)'''
 
'''Throwing (using the potters wheel)'''
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* The people who donated the kiln also donated a motorized potters wheel.
  
 
'''Drying / Candling'''
 
'''Drying / Candling'''
  
 
'''Firing'''
 
'''Firing'''
 
== Suggestions ==
 
  
  

Revision as of 19:40, 18 February 2013

Creator:
EnabrinTain
Status:
Acquired
Born On:
10:41, 16 February 2013 (CST)
Last Updated:
19:40, 18 February 2013 (CDT)


Also see:

Overview

This is where we can hang info on the Pottery Kiln.

About the Kiln: The Makers Local 256 kiln is an Evenheat model 4320.

  • It is capable of firing to 2300F or Cone 8.
  • It uses a KilnSitter kiln controller that has a bad timer and 4 zones controllable via light switches.
  • It uses a 220v, 24A breaker.


Directions / Suggestions

So you wanna make a ceramic thing...

Congratulations! Admitting it is the first step!

Clay (getting it)

  • Currently we are sourcing clay from Hobby Lobby.

Throwing (using the potters wheel)

  • The people who donated the kiln also donated a motorized potters wheel.

Drying / Candling

Firing


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