Firing Glass in a Pottery Kiln

How to use an L&L Ceramic Kiln with a DynaTrol to Fire Glass

Glass is not as forgiving as clay when fired in a kiln. Temperatures and firing times must be more precise; as such firing glass requires special considerations when fusing and slumping in a pottery kiln.

Although you can use a kiln sitter, it's more difficult than a regular glaze or bisque firing; so we recommend using a control like our DynaTrol.

See our PDF below for detailed suggestions on firing glass in a pottery kiln, we cover fusing and slumping!

Kiln Series
Easy-Fire Pottery Kilns
School-Master Kilns
eQuad-Pro Production Kilns
Jupiter Sectional Kilns
JH Crystalline Kilns
Doll/Test Kilns
Fuego Craft & Test Kilns
Davinci Square & Rectangular Kilns
eFL Front-Loading Kilns
Easy-Load Kilns
Old Kiln Series-PDFs
Econo Kilns (J models)
E49 and E48 Enameling Kilns
SQ Series Kilns
OV Series Oval Kilns
DynaKilns (H & C Series)
R Series Enameling Kilns
P Model Front-Loading Kilns
B Series Kilns
K Series Polygonal Kilns
G, GD & GS1714 Front-Loading Kilns
Renaissance Front-Loading Kilns
Dura-Fire Kilns
Jupiter Manual Kilns
Topics
Firing
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