Paragon puts out a very nice variety of kiln’s. So here are a couple
When doing an investment burn out, there can be a lot of dust after
only a few burnouts. This very fine dust can get all over the inside
of the kiln. As you open and close the door quickly this dust can
float and land on yourglass. This can create flaws in the surface of
your enamels. If your goingto be doing a lot of enameling, I would
consider getting a second kiln, dedicated to just enameling and
The pmc kilns with the window are great enameling. They are digital
and maintain the temps very well.
If you are going to use the kiln for both, enameling and burnout,
the kilnneeds to be kept clean. The Kingpin 88 Metal Clay Kiln with
Viewing Windowis a great kiln. The Paragon can be ordered with a
window as well. These kilns have a vent hole on top that can be
plugged when working with glass and enamels or removed during the
Both are great kilns and will work enamel, glass fusing, burn
out/casting and metal clay projects.
Hope this helps.