Erin Hayes on wed 15 may 96
It's nearing time for us to think about retiring our dear old Gadget - an
Alpine updraft that is older than I am (admittedly only 30). She's a
good old girl, but I fear she doesn't have too many more quarters of
firing left in her.
Do any of you have ideas about building a stacked kiln versus another
fancy-schmancy prefabricated one? I have to be especially careful about
prices. We have a perfect patio area off the clay studio to build a kiln
outside, but my kilnbuilding experience is limited to a sprung arch
bisquing kiln in grad school.
Does anyone build stacked kilns on site? Can prefabricated kilns last
alright outdoors under a roof (the winters are -20 sometimes here)?
Looking for suggestions...
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