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Old 07-03-2018, 03:57 PM
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Anyone have experience with this stuff from Pyrotec (shelves, dams, molds, whatever)?
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https://www.pyrotek.com/DeliverFile/...owserpreview=1
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I used a large sheet of 1" as a kiln shelve for a large slumping project where a seam from butting two kiln shelves next to each other left a visible line. It worked great for my purposes. I used frax paper as a release for each firing and had no problems with it holding up to multiple firings. I was told to make sure to have it well supported to avoid any slumping. I did, and had no problems. I got mine from a stained glass supplier, J. Ring Glass. I have no idea how it would hold up in any structural sense where it would be exposed to high temperature for an extended period of time. I only used it as an inexpensive alternative to kiln shelves.
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