One of the most unique features of L&L kilns is the hard ceramic element holders and ceramic terminal blocks with quick change elements.
Andrew Seymore from Clayscapes with Jessica Putnam-Philips discussing how to find the best kiln for you
With Jessica Putnam-Phillips from Clay-Share and Andrew Seymour from Clayscapes. They discuss some basic considerations for buying a new kiln.
The L&L Spring Hinge sits far back at an angle leaving the opening unobstructed. This makes loading an L&L Kiln so much easier than most kilns. That results in less possible damage to the interior of the kiln while loading. See this for more information.
L&L Furniture Kits feature strong Cone 11 pressed high alumina hearth plates, carefully cut square posts which stay straight, and protection gloves.
Please note: L&L no longer includes kiln wash or sells it separately. Please buy that from a ceramic supply company.
All L&L Kilns feature these solid ceramic peephole plugs. They are much stronger and heavier-duty than the typical hollow slip-cast peephole plugs you find on many competitors' kilns. Although they can break it is much less likely with these plugs.. See this for more information.
How to program offsets, segmented Cool Downs and Firings with Andrew Seymore from Clayscapes and Jessica Putnam-Philips
How to update software using a WiFi connection on the Genesis Control.
NOTE: Customers have successfully used their smart phone as a hot spot for updating the firmware in cases where no other wifi was available.
How to toggle Novice Mode on the Genesis Control.
How to program in Novice Mode on the Genesis Control.