Pot Melt Support

$31.95 USD
Item# 24698
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Product Features

  • Securely support your Pot Melt molds with ease
  • 7" x 14" span fits 15" kilns while giving room for large projects

Product Description

exclusive An Easy Way to Support Your Pot Melt Molds
No more balancing your pot melt molds! Durable ceramic support perfectly fits Delphi pot melt molds. Simply set the pot melt support on top of your kiln posts (sold separately). This design enables you to have your pot melt secured safely without blocking any of the mold. The pot melt support measure 7" x 14", a perfect fit for Delphi EZ-Pro 15-6 and larger kilns. Not intended for use in table top kilns.
To learn more about setting up your Pot Melt Mold, watch the video "How to Set Up a Pot Melt", or find other valuable fusing tips on Art Glass TV.
A Delphi Exclusive!


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Pros : Pot melts fit perfectly and holds up well to firings.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : I didn’t read the information before buying and thought this was a slumping mold. I used it as a drop mold and made a weird shaped bowl. We made a wooden stand for it and turned it into a beautiful chip and dip or snack tray. It also works perfectly as intended to hold pot melts.
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  •   Great item to have!
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Pros : My kiln has a round 15" chamber that is 6" high. The pot melt support fit easily inside my kiln! Sturdy support for my pot plus 3 lbs of glass. I love the beveled hole, makes my bowl nestle down and stay put. I am very happy with this item!
Cons : nothing negative about this item.
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