New On-Line Kiln Videos and Audios

Paragon Industries, L.P. has just added videos and audios to their website.The videos cover electric kiln maintenance and operation.

Paragon has loaded low- and high-resolution versions of each video so that you can watch them even with a dial-up connection.

Learn how to cement a broken firebrick, replace a heating element, coat a shelf with kiln wash, use element staples, operate a digital controller, and more.

The audios are interviews with teachers of pottery, metal clay, and glass. Audio files are in mp3 format, which you can listen to from a computer or an mp3 player. Instructions for downloading are included.

Go to You will find the video/audio link on the left side of the page.

600450 New On-Line Kiln Videos and Audios
Date: 9 November 2007
Source: Paragon Industries, L.P.

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