Linda Ferzoco on fri 12 may 06
So the other day, Rick I think, mentioned that in
China they do a huge crash cool in those big kilns.
How do they get away with that? Or do they factor in
a certain failure rate?
--- David Hendley wrote:
> This is somewhat of a dilemma, Mark. I believe
> (can't prove
> it, but it's what I think) that crash cooling for
> several hundred
> degrees helps in the development of nice bright
> copper reds.
> But.....it is not good for just about everything