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Studio In A Box Kit - 90 COE

Price $1,199.95
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Product Features

  • Great size for jewelry projects up to small dishes and plates
  • Firing chamber measures 15" in diameter x 6-1/2" deep
  • Kit includes tools and supplies, dichroic glass and stringers
  • Delphi EZ-Pro 15-6 Kiln comes with EZ-Pro Controller with comes pre-programmed
  • Kit components are 90 COE
  • Kit ships FedEx

Product Description

exclusive Everything You Need for an Equipped Fusing Studio
No more worries about programming your kiln! The Delphi EZ-Pro 15-6 Kiln included in this kit comes with 16 pre-set programs for firing glass, annealing beads and PMC Silver Clay PLUS you can create up to 22 custom programs. This Delphi exclusive kiln, designed by glass instructors, is the most user-friendly, versatile kiln for glass artists ever. Kiln features both top and side firing to heat projects uniformly, a big firing chamber (15" w x 6-1/2" d) and runs on household current.

Kit includes handy tools and supplies, dichroic glass, stringers and one of our favorite instructional DVD's. Kit also includes 8 pieces of easy-to-cut premium 90 COE glass in a variety of colors, approximately 5" x 8", each labeled with item numbers for easy reordering. Ships via FedEx.

Kit Includes:

  • Delphi EZ-Pro 15-6 Kiln and kiln stand
  • 8 pc 90 COE glass pack
  • 1/2 lb. tube of Bullseye stringers
  • 1/4 lb dichroic glass
  • 12" round shelf and kiln posts
  • 12 oz. of shelf wash and Haik brush
  • Safety glasses with IR and UV protection
  • Hot mitts
  • Ceramic slumping mold
  • Instruction book


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  •   awsome way to start!
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Pros : This pack has everything that you need to begin fusing glass at a great price. The glass is a beautiful sampling of bullseye products including dichro scrap. The kiln is very easy to learn and big enough to fire larger projects. I would recommend this kit highly to anyone wanting to invest in a new hobby.
Cons : I would have liked a sample of thinfire shelf paper to decide what I would prefer to use, shelf wash or thinfire.
Other Thoughts : I have learned so much and I am having a great time creating beautiful glass pieces with this kit. The only drawback is that I like it so much that I am looking for a larger kiln now!
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  •   Great Way to Start
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Pros : I am very new to kiln work so the Studio in a Box was perfect to get me started. The included fusing book is great, very easy to understand and I am working my way through the chapters as "lesson plans". I would highly recommend this as a "beginner's kiln" since it has so much ability for me to advance my skills as I go.
Cons : The glass included could be more "mix & match" color compatible. I'm using these to learn as I create and only 4 of the 8 can be combined to make an attractive piece.
Other Thoughts : I plan to set the kiln on 12" concrete blocks to make it easier on my back.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Feel like a Pro
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Pros : I felt like a Pro the first time I fired up my first fused piece. Easy to use and Delphi was a phone call away to help me with all my fusing projects. Friends and family now shop for gifts at my house. I've made pendants, plates, bowls and more... I've even been in local craft shows and made enough money to recover the cost of this amazing kiln. I would recommend this product to any beginner and with Studio In A Box you really do get everything you need to start creating professional pieces right away.
Cons : I made a platform for my EZ-Pro and raised the kiln up 17 inches. I found having the kiln at a higher height allowed for easier loading and unloading of pieces.
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