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Delphi EZ-Pro Fuse Box Kiln by Jen-Ken Kilns

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Price $579.95
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Product Features
  • EZ-Pro Controller comes pre-programmed
  • Compact size - lightweight and portable
  • Ideal for jewelry and small projects
  • Operates on 120V, no special wiring needed
  • Kiln Accessory Pack included: kiln shelf, wash, posts and 2 kiln bricks to use as a stand
  • Ships via FedEx
Frequently Bought Together
Delphi EZ-Pro Fuse Box Kiln
Copper Enamel Starter Kit
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Price For All Three: $689.85
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Product Description
Digital Means Never Babysitting Your Kiln Again!
Get the convenience of a table top kiln with the benefits of the incredibly versatile EZ-Pro three button controller. The EZ-Pro controller comes pre-programmed with 8 firing schedules for glass, 3 firing schedules for batch annealing, and 5 firing schedules for metal clay. You can also customize and store up to 22 programs!

Ideal for jewelry, fusing and enameling, small slumping projects, compatibility testing and annealing, and as a vitrograph kiln. The compact size allows you to fuse just about anywhere. The large handles make it easy to move. Includes kiln accessories so you are ready to go! Includes kiln shelf, three kiln posts, kiln wash and two fire bricks to use as a stand.

Operates on 120V, no special wiring needed. Firing chamber measures 6" x 6" x 4-1/2" deep. See below for full product details. Ships via FedEx.

Use the Versatile Digital Kiln To:
1. Fuse and slump
2. Create copper enamel art
3. Batch anneal glass beads
4. Create glass bracelets
Product Details
  • Power requirements: 120v std. outlet / 8 amps
  • Temperature controller: EZ-Pro
  • Firing chamber: 6" x 6" x 4-1/2" deep
  • Overall size: 13" x 17" x 9-1/2" tall
  • Shipping weight: 40 lb. (18 kg.)
  • Manufacturer: Jen-Ken
  • 2 year warranty
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Pros : Easy to use, easy to clean, small size, easy to read display easy to program.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : This is the first kiln that I have ever bought and I am so pleased with this that I'll definitely be buying a larger kiln in the future for doing larger pieces.
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