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Vierta el yeso por lo menos 1 1/2 pulgadas sobre la parte superior de la teja - cualquiera menos y el molde se puede romper durante el prensado. Para la mayoría de aplicaciones de estudio, utilizo º 1 Yeso Cerámica. Asegúrese de que el yeso está fresco (almacenado por no más de 6 meses) y completamente libre de humedad.

Vierta el yeso por lo menos 1 1/2 pulgadas sobre la parte superior de la teja - cualquiera menos y el molde se puede romper durante el prensado. Para la mayoría de aplicaciones de estudio, utilizo º 1 Yeso Cerámica. Asegúrese de que el yeso está fresco (almacenado por no más de 6 meses) y completamente libre de humedad.

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Metallic, Author: Steve Davis, Notes: From Steve Davis Website: http://kazegamas.com/ Golds / Cone 5-9 Oxidation: http://kazegamas.com/Golds-C5.htm

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Metallic, Author: Steve Davis, Notes: From Steve Davis Website: http://kazegamas.com/ Golds / Cone 5-9 Oxidation: http://kazegamas.com/Golds-C5.htm

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Metallic, Author: Steve Davis, Notes: From Steve Davis Website: http://kazegamas.com/ Golds / Cone 5-9 Oxidation: http://kazegamas.com/Golds-C5.htm

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Metallic, Author: Steve Davis, Notes: From Steve Davis Website: http://kazegamas.com/ Golds / Cone 5-9 Oxidation: http://kazegamas.com/Golds-C5.htm

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip)  Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip)    Haze 4-9   G200             ...

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Haze 4-9 G200 ...

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware D.K. 11 3 revised Custer feldspar 62.0 Whiting 14.0 Zinc Oxide 6.0 Talc 8.0 EPK 10.o   Li...

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware D.K. 11 3 revised Custer feldspar 62.0 Whiting 14.0 Zinc Oxide 6.0 Talc 8.0 EPK 10.o Li...

Glazeitorium: Transparent Base 4 (VC celadon)

Glazeitorium: Transparent Base 4 (VC celadon)

Minspar 46.1% Gerstley 13.5% Silica 19.7% Whiting 8.2% Dolomite 5.9% Zinc Oxide 3.9% Zircopax 10% Bentonite 2%

Minspar 46.1% Gerstley 13.5% Silica 19.7% Whiting 8.2% Dolomite 5.9% Zinc Oxide 3.9% Zircopax 10% Bentonite 2%

Glazeitorium: matt:  Neph. Sye. 44.4  Whiting 16.7  Silica 11.1  Kaolin 16.7  Talc 11.1     Copper Carbonate 1.1  Tin oxide 11.2

Glazeitorium: matt: Neph. Sye. 44.4 Whiting 16.7 Silica 11.1 Kaolin 16.7 Talc 11.1 Copper Carbonate 1.1 Tin oxide 11.2

Cream Breaking Rust     Cone 5-8 92.4%  	Cream Breaking Rust  ^5 to 8 30.7%	   Ferro Frit 3134 18.1%	   Silica 13.0%	   Tin Oxide  7.5 10.6%	   Wollastonite 8.4%	   EPK 6.0%	   Red Iron Oxide - or  5% 3.3%	   Strontium Carbonate 2.3%	   Talc

Cream Breaking Rust Cone 5-8 92.4% Cream Breaking Rust ^5 to 8 30.7% Ferro Frit 3134 18.1% Silica 13.0% Tin Oxide 7.5 10.6% Wollastonite 8.4% EPK 6.0% Red Iron Oxide - or 5% 3.3% Strontium Carbonate 2.3% Talc

Ceramic stains make it possible to create glazes that fire to just about any color of the rainbow. But one drawback is that the glaze surfaces colored with ceramic stains often lack the depth of those glazes that use ceramic oxides. The lanthanide metals, also referred to as the “rare earths” can produce some cool... Read More »

Ceramic stains make it possible to create glazes that fire to just about any color of the rainbow. But one drawback is that the glaze surfaces colored with ceramic stains often lack the depth of those glazes that use ceramic oxides. The lanthanide metals, also referred to as the “rare earths” can produce some cool... Read More »