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Postby Aglassygirl303 » Sat Mar 14, 2015 1:43 pm

Hello all, I just peeked into my kiln at a beautiful 14" bowl and noticed that one of the edges has a scalloped raised edge. The kiln is at 600 and coming down. It already annealed for two hours. I'm not going to like this ripple. Can I just start now and go ahead and run it through the slumping schedule again or do I have to wait until it is 100 degrees and fuse flat again and re slump? My instincts are saying to just re slump now...

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Re: RE-slumping

Postby Brad Walker » Sat Mar 14, 2015 2:41 pm

You can just start now and re-slump.

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