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Old 2013-07-30, 11:37am
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Default Adjusting firing programs for ceramic fiber kilns

So...I have a Chili Pepper. That is the kiln the original annealing will take place in. Subsequent striking firings will happen afterwards in a firebrick Skutt kiln. This is because I get the heebie jeebies thinking about lifting the lid on it while it's on, since the elements are in the lid.
So, any thoughts on adjusting an annealing schedule on a kiln that loses heat faster than a firebrick kiln? Is slower ramping down the gist of it?
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schedule should be identical. No change.
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Old 2013-07-31, 3:48am
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I agree with Larry.
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Old 2013-07-31, 8:02am
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Thanks guys!
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