The Preparation of Raw Materials for and the Manufacture of Glass-house Pots
T078-T093 (16 pages)
Cast pot dries much quicker than a pressed article and in the author's opinion there is no advantage in taking longer than a week for drying after the piece comes out of a vacuum mould. In fact, it would probably be an advantage to put the pot into the muffle arch two days after it came from the mould; for there is less danger in firing a comparatively wet piece than firing a piece nearly but not quite dry. The author hopes that the fact of his thoughts having a bias in a particular direction will provoke a discussion and cause a host of new ideas to arise which will eventually produce results beneficial to the industry.
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