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Cone 6 bmix would work just fine! We have access to cone 10 bmix so we are using that for now. We have been using a potter bot! More details could be found on the website! http://www.deltabots.com
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That's a great suggestion! Although the problem we've been running into is the clay we have used couldn't handle the shock from blowing glass and crack, the wire doesn't seem to be a problem at this point. We are developing our own clay recipe and testing it out so we'll update on those result asap.
We are working on testing different clay body! Keep an eye out for future update and more experiment to come.
Thank you for your suggestion! we've tried firing it higher before although not to cone 10 and we found that when the clay is vitrified it is more likely to crack under stress/shock from the glass. Whereas, bisque ware still have that shrinkage and expansion to accommodate for the glass.
Thanks for paving the way and for your comments! The air vents are important but got left out on these casts, will have to add them on the next round
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Thanks for your comment! Its a lot of fun to work in between these two worlds
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3D print with complex overhangs
Yeah totally! Would be great to do more intricae pieces!
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