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EZ-Pro Controller comes pre-programmed
Great for fusing cabochons and small to medium projects
Bead door makes this kiln perfect for annealing beads fresh out of the torch
Operates on 120V, no special wiring needed
Ships via FedEx
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This item: Delphi EZ-Pro 11-4.5 Kiln with Flip Door
Anneal Beads, Slump Bracelets and Fuse Tiles, Plates and Metal Clay - All in One Kiln!
Our largest and most versatile table-top kiln, the Jen Ken 11-4.5 features a built-in 2" fiber bead door that makes annealing beads and intricate glass sculptures easy. Switch from annealing to fusing and slumping, creating glass bracelets and firing metal clay by placing the included removable kiln brick in the flip door opening for added thermal insulation.
The EZ-Pro controller provides three button control at your fingertips. Pre-programmed with 8 firing schedules for glass, 3 firing schedules for batch annealing, plus a handy annealing hold cycle to anneal as you create. Along with 5 firing schedules for metal clay, it's simple to get started with any art. You can also customize and store up to 22 programs! From beginner to advanced artist, this kiln and controller packs all the features that matter.
Covered by an incredible 2 year manufacturer warranty. PLUS it includes an Accessory Pack so you can start fusing right away! It includes the kiln shelf, stand, posts and shelf wash. Firing chamber measures 11" x 4-1/2" deep. See specifications for full product details. Ships via FedEx.
Flameworked beads shown created by artist Val Oswalt-De Waard and fused projects created by artist Kayleigh Clark.
Pros : very versatile for fusing, annealing, and working with PMC products. Video helpful in learning to program it. Can ramp up very rapidly if doing small projects. The latch for holding the lid slightly open at two choices is an excellent feature.
Cons : This is my 6th kiln, and I do not find a con for this one. It has everything you could possible want in a kiln unless you are desiring to fire larger projects.
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Versatile bisqueware lamp base can be decorated in many ways. Paint, glaze, and fire in a ceramic compatible kiln like the Delphi EZ-pro Deluxe (item# 68813D). Or, for more fun options, consider craft paints, mosaics, decoupage, and other materials. Half cylinder base fits items made with cylinder slumping mold # 80685. Includes base, 6' cord, and 25w bulb. Birch tree and abstract lamp images courtesy of Creative Paradise. Woven lamp by Delphi Artist Dane Porter.
We found Mollie Barrow on Facebook in the midst of a discussion on Pot Melts. Mollie cooks up her incredible glass creations in a quiet eco-village in rural Ireland with her 10-year old son Elliot and cats Bonnie and Oscar. She is continually inspired by the Northern Lights, and the rich swirls of color in her pieces prove it. We were blown away by her magical melts, and we know you will be too. How did you get started in glass? Ive been in love with glass art since I visited the Murano Glass Factory in Venice when I was 16. I was hypnotised by the skill and speed those guys had working with molten glass, and I would have loved to pursue glass seriously from then. As is often the case, however, life had other plans and it wasnt until I was in my late 20s that I