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Old 2016-02-04, 4:36am
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Question choosing controller for annealing kiln

Hello, i am new to lampworking, and now trying to make an annealing kiln. I am not building a new one, only trying to adjust old simple muffle kiln for glass bead annealing purposes. I need to choose a controller. Main question is,- how many segments/steps the controller must have?
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Old 2016-02-06, 1:59pm
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just for lamp working you only need a few, the fuji pxr3 is a good one.it waht we put on all our kilns.
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Old 2016-02-13, 4:07am
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Thank You for advise!
I am searching the possible ways to order Fuji.. Still i am thinking about omron E5CC-TCQ3A5M-000 . Besides this new idea of working with glass, i usually work with brass/silver casting. So i have build already two kilns for mould burning. For these, i have a programmable omron E5CN-H, because it is the easiest brand to purchase, where i live.
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