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## cone bend video (time lapse)

### Will Duderstadt on mon 13 nov 06

Hello!

As of today, I have added a "Videos" section to the Orton Reference =20
LIbrary. To help everyone understand how cones are bending during a =20
firing, we decided to make our first video a time lapse firing of =20
three cones from 1000=B0C to 1020=B0C. Here at Orton, this is the first =
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time we've done any time lapse filming of cones, and we're guessing =20
it hasn't been done elsewhere, so enjoy!

http://www.ortonceramic.com/resources/video/

More instructional / informational videos are coming soon.

Best Regards,

Marketing Coordinator

The Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation
http://www.ortonceramic.com
(614) 818-1341

### Veena Raghavan on mon 13 nov 06

Hi Will,

Thanks for sharing the video. It's a great little video. I looked at it in=20
Quicktime. I look forward to more videos. Very interesting and visual. Now,=20=
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only I could see my cones as clearly, in spite of all Arnold Howard's very=20
clear and useful advice!

Thanks,

Veena

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> As of today, I have added a "Videos" section to the Orton Reference =20
> LIbrary. To help everyone understand how cones are bending during a =20
> firing, we decided to make our first video a time lapse firing of =20
> three cones from 1000=B0C to 1020=B0C. Here at Orton, this is the first =20
> time we've done any time lapse filming of cones, and we're guessing =20
> it hasn't been done elsewhere, so enjoy!
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> http://www.ortonceramic.com/resources/video/
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VeenaRaghavan@cs.com