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Alberta Slip Base for cone 10 oxidation

Code: GA10x-A
Modification Date: 2015-10-30 18:59:53
Member of Group: ASX10

Alberta Slip creates a glossy transparent brown at cone 10 with the simple addition of 10% frit.

MaterialAmount
Alberta Slip 1000F Roasted45.0
Alberta Slip45.0
Ferro Frit 313410.0
 100.00  

Notes

In oxidation, Alberta Slip creates a glaze that is more transparent and lighter in color. It also melts less than in cone 10R so a little flux is needed (thus the use of the frit here). Since Alberta Slip is plastic, you need to use a mix of calcined and raw powder (see http://albertaslip.com for information on preparation of the calcine).

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