Talbott on wed 16 jul 97
Perhaps I am putting the cart before the horse as I usually do...I will
then back up...
Is there a turning method/process of making dinner plates that are
really thin and stackable? (yes.. turning plates on the wheel)... I've
heard of a hump mold that goes on the wheel head for turning plates and the
like... Will be using cone 9/10 stoneware and porcelain claybodies...
Advice welcomed.... Marshall
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