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Donna Milliron
05-10-2013, 02:22 PM
I figured this might be of interest in this forum. Arrow Springs is partnering once again with a group we have worked with for over 20 years. They built my first set point controller when I started in pate de verre for $20 :-) and then went on to mfr the GTC and several others before moving on to working in solar energy. Part of the solar energy panel they are working on now can be used for a state of the art Temperature Controller for up to 16 units. It is in the "Kickstarter" phase now and can be had for less than 1/2 the price that it will be sold for later. check it out!

direct link to Kickstarter project:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tenkiv/tekdaqc-robust-precise-data-acquisition-and-contro/posts

brief description and link to Kickstarter project:

Since its beginning, Arrow Springs has worked with the founders of Tenkiv with temperature controller and oven design. Now, Tenkiv has developed a Data Acquisition and Control board that will be the core of a new graphical interface temperature controller, the ASC/16. Able to control up to 16 ovens (kilns, annealers and furnaces) simultaneously from a single workstation, the ASC/16 promises to revolutionize the glass, ceramic and metal industries. To learn more about this exciting new technology, follow this link on Kickstarter:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tenkiv/tekdaqc-robust-precise-data-acquisition-and-contro/posts

I am happy to answer any questions you might have - I have used the GTC for years, (I have the prototype), it controls eight of my kilns and made it possible for me to do production work in pate de verre, fusing and lampworking simultaneously. Super reliable and USER FRIENDLY. This new unit will be far superior, hard to believe!

Donna Milliron - Arrow Springs, Milliron Tools and BellaDonna Glass
donna@arrowsprings.com

Eben Horton
05-11-2013, 01:12 PM
That looks great!