Archive for July 4, 2018
Pottery is one of the oldest human arts and dates back thousands of years. Both practical and aesthetic, it is still an important form of self expression, communication, and even art therapy. Artists, potters, and sculptors who consider getting their own kilns to fire their pottery have a wide range of choices in terms of design and materials. Kilns can be electric, or they can use gas or wood as a heat source. An essential material for kilns is ITC 100, which is used as ceramic coating inside the kiln to achieve the necessary high temperatures.
An ancient art
Pottery making is one of the oldest human arts and the earliest firing kilns discovered by archeologists have been dated to 6,000 B.C.E. Some of the most common and distinctive artifacts found on archaeological sites are pottery and pot shards. These are characteristic of each culture and era and are used to date sites.
It’s an art that is still widely practised. That’s because the products
The induction industry talks more about the melting of iron to produce steel, but copper is never far from the conversation: it’s a profitable metal for export, being used commonly in the production of electrical equipment electrical equipment, industrial machinery and materials used in construction. For that reason, it makes sense to take care in choosing a copper melting furnace to meet the needs of your business and products.
Because copper is forged for a variety of purposes, it’s important to be clear on what you are looking for in your induction furnace. Many amateur metallurgists forge copper as a hobby or for artistic purposes, so you’ll need to make sure you find a company with a proven track record working with casting companies or other businesses in your industry.
You will also want to consider whether or not you’ll be using your copper melting furnace with other me