Discussion Forum 2017-05-19T10:53:22+00:00

The Australian Ceramics Forum aims to facilitate direct discussion amongst people interested in ceramics.

Use it to post questions about any ceramics topic, raise a point for discussion and reply to fellow participants. You may have a technical question or answer, want to trace the maker or origins of a favourite ceramic piece or have some news to share. You may be selling some ceramics equipment or looking to buy some, or be seeking a studio employment opportunity in Australia. If so, this Facebook driven public discussion group forum is for you.

Joining is free and participation will enable you to draw on the collected wisdom of those similarly interested in ceramics.

AUSTRALIAN CERAMICS FORUM

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Welcome to the Australian Ceramics Forum!

THIS IS A PINNED POST ABOUT THE FORUM AND ITS GUIDELINES.

The Australian Ceramics Forum aims to facilitate direct discussion amongst people interested in ceramics. The forum is administered by The Australian Ceramics Association; www.australianceramics.com.

Please use the ACF to post questions about any ceramics topic, raise a point for discussion and reply to fellow Forum subscribers. You may have a technical question or answer, want to trace the maker or origins of a favourite ceramic piece or have some news to share. You may be selling some ceramics equipment (secondhand) or looking to buy some, or be seeking a studio employment opportunity in Australia. If so, this Forum is for you.

Joining is free and participation will enable you to draw on the collected wisdom of those similarly interested in ceramics.

Please ...
* Be respectful.
* This is a DISCUSSION FORUM, so images of your own work can only be posted if you have a sincere desire for critical feedback and/or technical discussion related to the work. Use the heading: CRITIQUE REQUESTED.
* Do NOT use this group for your own marketing. Posts in which you are promoting your own work, exhibitions or workshops will be deleted. There are many other groups for this purpose.
* Do NOT use this forum for selling new products (ceramics, equipment eg kilns, materials, workshops etc). Posts will be deleted.
* Please keep things clay-related.
* If you have a problem with a particular ceramic product or manufacturer, in the first instance please contact the supplier or manufacturer directly.

The administrators reserve the right to delete any material unrelated to the forum or posts from people not following the rules as stated here. No discussion will be entered into.

Please jump in if you have a subject for discussion.
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Hello, thanks for the add.
I’m finally moving to a house where i can set up a studio so I’m starting to look into what kiln I want to buy. From what I understand, firebrick kilns are easier to fix and maintain so I have been leaning towards a tetlow but I’m wondering if people generally prefer tetlow over Woodrow or vice versa?
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I’m in the process of doing up an old shimpo RK-2C wheel made in 1988. At this stage I just need a 6.75” drive ring. No one in Australia keeps spare parts for shimpo but I can get one from Kruger Ceramics in USA at the cost of $US100 plus another $100 for postage. Does anyone have a spare one laying around that I could purchase. Shimpo wheels are well made but the absence of spare parts makes me think Venco is a better deal. All Venco parts are readily available . ... See MoreSee Less

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Hey
Just need some advice. Have a small kiln front loader on a stand I need to relocate and don’t really want to dismantle. Wondering if I could lay it down and make sure i wedge news paper between door?
Need to fit in a van.
Thanks
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