Whatever your kiln needs are, Glass
, at Big Ceramic Store, we have the perfect kiln for you and your budget. With brands like Amaco
, you are sure to find what you are looking for at a price you can afford.
What’s the difference in kilns you might ask? Well, glass kilns generally have a heat source in the lid, and are used for doing glass work like bottle slumping and glass beads. Ceramic kilns have heating elements in the sidewalls, fire at a higher temperature, and are fairly easy to operate. Electric ceramic kilns are used more often than any other type, and are great for beginners.
Gas fired kilns are a little more challenging to use. The “reduction” firing supports a richer range of color and effects like flashing. If you’re bored with the simplicity, and colors produced in the oxidation firing of the electric ceramic kiln, a gas kiln may be the choice for you.
Raku kilns are a little different, as they are the first step to the finished product. Raku kilns are basically gas or electric ceramic kilns, with a lid safety cutoff switch, or winch for lifting the heating chamber. Either feature is designed to allow for easier removal of the red hot pieces.
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Still not sure which kiln is best for you? Our Kiln Specialists are ready to take your call at 855.994.2233, or you can email your questions to email@example.com, and we will help you find the perfect kiln for your needs.