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Posted 5 Mar 2013Here is the link to East valley epoxy
It is specifically for ceramic artists. You can paint it or you can get a color kit.
i agree about east valley epoxy. i have even mixed small amounts of stain into the mix so as to adjust the color of the epoxy to the surrounding glazed area. great stuff.
Posted 4 Mar 2013yeah, i have a bluebird 440 and find it a devil to clean. any suggestions would be gladly received. i had to stop potting for over two months due to a hip replacement with a loooong recovery. even tho i wadded plastic in the hopper and covered the extruding area, i have a hard block in there. will nothing but a good amount of water do the trick. and while i have people's attention and would like to know if i can put commercial paper clay into the blue bird to reclaim and /or extrude. thanks for all your help
Posted 2 Jan 2013Hello Everyone,
I debated on where to post this and this seems like a good place to start . I see an abundance of videos offered through CM that I think may be beneficial to my process and I imagine there are many of you who feel the same. The stumbling block for me is, one, the cost and two, how much of the video would be beneficial. The excerpts are great thanks to CM but still not enough for me to spend the money on numerous videos. What are some of your thoughts on approaching CM about offering a rental of these videos, kind of like the downloadable videos offered on Amazon. The cost is minimal ( 2.99 up to 9.99) for a 24-hour viewing period.
Thinking out loud and looking forward to feedback.
i think that is qa great idea as i would love to be able to rent CM videos. i wish that CM would do something about it in order to make it affordable and more available to the general pottery artists.
Posted 23 Dec 2012we're using interlocking foam tiles on a cement work space. they work good for hours of standing *at sales* too.
ours come from the local box store
how do these soft tiles clean. i now have scrap vinyl flooring which cleans up very well, but i am interested in the soft tiles. can one brush them with a wet mop or vacuum them with a wet dry vac. hope to get some more info
Posted 31 Oct 2012i had two l&l and thought i loved them until i got my coneart2327. cone art kilns are easy to repair. those l&l element holders were a hard to work with especially if your element melts in the holder. it seems that is what mine did very often and so i had to dig out the holder and thus break into the brick. also i do my own electrical repair and the coneart control panel is easy to get into and service. now i am comparing a fairly new coneart to two very old l&ls, both of which have gone to the great beyond. and if i had to do it agani i would still do a coneart. also my coneart has a floor element and that helps to even out temperatures. if you want any more opinions and info from me just email me and i will be willing to talk to you about my personal choice
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