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Cone 6 Crystalline Development Project

Code: G2902D
Modification Date: 2013-04-01 08:20:53

MaterialAmountPercent
Ferro Frit 311050.049.0%
Zinc Oxide22.021.6%
Silica25.024.5%
Lithium Carbonate3.02.9%
Titanium2.02.0%
 102.00  

Notes

This was fired first on a body having 38 silica, 28.5 ball clay, 28.5 nepheline and 5 bentonite (L3659B). There is no crazing at all but also no crystallization.
The firing was 750F/hr to cone 6, 750F to 1800F and soak for 4 hours.

Cone 6 crystalline glaze on L3659B body, there is no crazing.

XML to Paste Into Insight

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By Tony Hansen




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