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Old 04-11-2019, 10:11 AM
Shawn Everette Shawn Everette is offline
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I agree with Eben, it's more a matter of preference. I keep mine about 2100 in general, but I actually like doing my production session after a fresh charge while it's still piping hot. I like sloppy bits that need no reheat.

What you are actually batching is going to have a pretty drastic change on ideal fining and working temp.

You can gauge temp with either a controller or pyrometer, or go old school and tell by color. You'll get the eye for color eventually either way.
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