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Puma Afrique 2010

Post  nikeair2010 on Mon Dec 13, 2010 4:43 am

I fire the kiln to 750 degrees at 400 degrees/hour, then heat the kiln to 1050 degrees at a rate of 600 degrees/hour and hold for 10 minutes. I add a couple of steps to help prevent bubbles from forming. At this point, I fire the kiln to 1250 degrees at a rate of 100 degrees/hour and hold for 10 minutes. Ferrari Puma Big Cat
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Next, I fire the kiln to 1450 degrees at a rate of 600 degrees/hour and hold for 30-45 minutes or until the bottle is as flat as you want it. Cool the kiln to 1000 degrees by turning off the heat. Cool the kiln to 960 degrees at a rate of 30 degrees/hour and hold for 1 1/2 hours (this step is called annealing). Cool to 700 degrees at a rate of 60 degrees/hour. Turn off the kiln and let cool until room temperature.

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