[Clayart] Kiln spacing and heat dams

Paul Lewing pjlewing at comcast.net
Fri Nov 11 03:47:26 UTC 2022

Sounds like a tremendous waste of space to me. I always put them as close together as I could get them. In fact shapes like bowls can even be touching when they go in. They’ll shrink apart as they fire. And they radiate more heat to each other if they’re close together.

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> On Nov 10, 2022, at 7:10 PM, Robert L. Johnson <impaladrive at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have seen Mel proclaim, many times, that pots should be an inch apart in
> the kiln. Does that apply vertically, too? That is should the next shelf be
> an inch above the tallest pot below it?
> Bob
> Southern Oregon
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