Prepped for firing.
Prepped for firing.
Pots ready be loaded.
Pots ready be loaded.
Loading in the kiln with materials at hand.
Loading in the kiln with materials at hand.
View of front stack, cone pack (bottom right), and the arch (above) with the firebox beyond.
View of front stack, cone pack (bottom right), and the arch (above) with the firebox beyond.
Fiber blanket secured on and pyrometer in place.
Fiber blanket secured on and pyrometer in place.
View from above of all three stacks and side stoke space.
View from above of all three stacks and side stoke space.
Fire on the floor, building up embers for transitioning to grate bars.
Fire on the floor, building up embers for transitioning to grate bars.
View of wood burning above the grate bars.
View of wood burning above the grate bars.
Temperature has climbed and the kiln is hot throughout.
Temperature has climbed and the kiln is hot throughout.
Flame quality is observed after a stoke.
Flame quality is observed after a stoke.
Four days later, the kiln has cooled. A view of the middle stack (see photo 5).
Four days later, the kiln has cooled. A view of the middle stack (see photo 5).
A good firing.
A good firing.
Prepped for firing.
Pots ready be loaded.
Loading in the kiln with materials at hand.
View of front stack, cone pack (bottom right), and the arch (above) with the firebox beyond.
Fiber blanket secured on and pyrometer in place.
View from above of all three stacks and side stoke space.
Fire on the floor, building up embers for transitioning to grate bars.
View of wood burning above the grate bars.
Temperature has climbed and the kiln is hot throughout.
Flame quality is observed after a stoke.
Four days later, the kiln has cooled. A view of the middle stack (see photo 5).
A good firing.
Prepped for firing.
Pots ready be loaded.
Loading in the kiln with materials at hand.
View of front stack, cone pack (bottom right), and the arch (above) with the firebox beyond.
Fiber blanket secured on and pyrometer in place.
View from above of all three stacks and side stoke space.
Fire on the floor, building up embers for transitioning to grate bars.
View of wood burning above the grate bars.
Temperature has climbed and the kiln is hot throughout.
Flame quality is observed after a stoke.
Four days later, the kiln has cooled. A view of the middle stack (see photo 5).
A good firing.
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