|Evenheat introduces new glass kiln|
|Tuesday, 26 July 2011 08:26|
Evenheat’s new Studio Pro 14 kiln is designed to meet the demands of glass work, which relies heavily on visual cues, opening and closing while firing, and all sorts of movement. The new model is fitted with the Rampmaster controller, which allows artists to fire using the easy-to-program Express Mode or develop a custom program, as well as offering on-the-fly firing features such as Add Time, Add Temperature, and Skip Ahead. The Studio Pro 14 offers both front and top loading of the 14 ½-inch by 14 ½-inch by 6 ½-inch firing chamber.
The Studio Pro 14 can also be used for firing metal clays, low-fire ceramics, enamels, and china painting. It will fire any ware up to 1650 degrees Fahrenheit (900 degrees Celsius). It operates from 120V and has a suggested retail price of $1,265.
Learn more about the new Studio Pro 14 with Rampmaster by visiting the Evenheat website.