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Trinkit Studio Kiln


#1

I received a Trinkit Studio Kiln 11V, 150 W from another art
teacher. I would love to learn how to use it.

Do I need a themostat or cone?

Do I turn it on for a certain time length for certain media- like
glass or copper enameling?

What media can I use in it?

I am a sculpture high school art teacher in need of

Thanks for answers.
Leslie


#2

Leslie,

The trinkit kiln is wonderful for: enameling and granulation. As
long as your pieces are small. The advantage for enameling is that
you can look in the window to see when your enamel has either orange
peeled or melted. It heats up very fast and you turn it off when you
are done.

Jennifer Friedman
enamelist, metalsmith