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Skutt GM1414 Kiln With Lid Lifting System

$3,899.95 USD
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Item# GM1414L
  Item ships within approximately 6 weeks.
Special Order Item: This is a non-stock item ordered specially for you. Approximate shipment date is subject to change based on manufacturer availability. There are no cancellations on orders once they are placed and this item is non-returnable.

Product Features

  • Spring-assisted lid lifting system
  • Lid and side fired elements
  • Oval design on 8" stand
  • Encapsulated Type K thermocouple
  • Reversible lid and slabs, doubling kiln life
  • Unique cam system prevents catching when opening
  • Pickup or truck shipment only

Product Description

Eliminate Back Strain with New Spring-Assisted Lid Lifter!
Lift this revolutionary lid with just one finger, to 3 positions (2 venting and 1 lock position), using the spring-assisted lid lifter. Innovative lid lifter will not only save strain on your back, but will also put less stress on the lid and springs, prolonging the life of your kiln!

Firing chamber measures 41-1/2" x 24-1/2" x 13-1/2" deep. All kilns phase 1.  See product details for full product specifications. This kiln is available to be shipped via truck only - call or email for a freight quote. Requires 3 shelves (sold separately).

Achieve Professional Results with the Easy to Use GlassMaster Controller
Designed by listening to glass artists, this controller is extremely easy to program and use. The logical layout and brilliant mix of factory-programmed options with complete custom programming capabilities makes this an ideal controller choice for both beginners and expert users.

Factory installed programs include easy commands for fusing, slumping, tack fusing and annealing. Design and store up to 6 custom programs with up to 16 segments consisting of temperature, heating or cooling rate, and a hold time (if desired). It's easy to load and review saved programs, and the controller will even allow you to make adjustments during a firing without any interruption.

Artists and Instructors Recommend:
"I recommend this controller to all my students. It's easy for beginners to use and you customize it on the fly. The quality and construction is great."
- Peggy Pettigrew Stewart, Professional Glass Artist, Desert Glass, AZ

Kiln Controllers Made Easy Video - Exclusively From Delphi!
Let Delphi take the guesswork out of getting your kiln fired up. Watch as we walk you through your first firing with close-up shots of your controller and explanations every step of the way.
See it now by clicking on the video in the related media section; or find more free video clips to get fired up at

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

Product Details

  • Power requirements: 240/ v. outlet / 50 amps
  • Temperature controller: GlassMaster
  • Firing chamber: 41-1/2" x 24-1/2" x 13-1/2" deep
  • Overall size: 53" x 34" x 19" high
  • Shipping weight: 305 lbs (130 kg.)
  • Manufacturer: Skutt
  • 2 year manufacturer warranty

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Pros : This kiln is awesome. I love using it because it is so EASY! Easy to program.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : Get the view window! It's worth it.
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