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Select top and side (for glass) or side only (for ceramics) firing elements
Elements provide uniform heat distriubtion for firing
Fires Both Ceramics And Glass!
The ultimate tool for beginners and professionals alike. Thanks to unique heating elements, the Delphi EZ-Pro Deluxe can switch between fusing glass, enameling beads and firing ceramics and silver metal clay. It features a 15" wide firing chamber, large handles for easy portability, a detailed instructional manual and the latest EZ-Pro kiln controller for additional speed and convenience. Sophisticated preset firing capabilities take the guesswork out of programming your kiln and saves you time. Fully customizable firing schedules for ceramics, glass and metal clay will give you the freedom you've been looking for. Produce perfectly fired ceramics, glass and metal clay jewelry every time.
This kiln includes a Kiln Accessory Pack which provides everything you need to get started: stand, posts, kiln shelf and shelf wash. Firing chamber measures 15" x 6-1/2" deep. See specifications for full product details. This kiln is able to ship UPS!
Pre-Set Firing Programs:
32 Pre-Set Ceramic Cones and 3 Speeds
4 Custom Ceramic Programs
8 Glass Firing Programs for 90 and 96 COE glass
3 batch Annealing Programs
5 Metal Clay Program
Up to 22 Custom Programs for Glass and Metal Clay Use!
Below: Go from glass to ceramic firing configurations with a flick of a switch!
Pros : Good price for the size. Can fire ceramics and glass.
Cons : You can't get to all of the programs. They are in the controller, but you have to call and get special instructions to get into the metal clay, bead annealing and ceramic programs. I had to call Delphi Glass to be told to call the manufacturer. Jen Ken Kilns was not able to tell me how to get into the ceramic menu. It is not an easy thing to follow. NOT in the owner's manual.
Other Thoughts : Thanks to the nice people at Delphi's tech support. They left the phone and went and played with the kilns and then called me and talked me through the process. NOT an easy to use kiln unless you only want to melt glass.
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