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CLOSE THIS BOOKGlazes - for the Self-reliant Potter (GTZ, 1993, 179 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTAcknowledgements
1. Introduction and scope
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.1. Glaze making using local materials as far as possible
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2. Glaze and clay systems
2. The nature of glazes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1. Glass and glaze, benefit of glaze
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2. Glaze making is difficult
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3. History of glazes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4. Classification (earthenware, stoneware etc.)
3. Temperature ranges and requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1. What is temperature?
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2. Low temperature range 900-1100°C
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3. High temperature range 1100-1300°C
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.4. Firing systems and glaze effects
4. Decisions
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1. Selecting your best firing temperature
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2. Market factors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3. Strength requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4. Investment and production costs
5. Simple glaze theory
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1. Basic chemistry
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2. Glaze structure
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3. Effect of heat
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.4. Melted glaze behavior
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5. Interface between glaze and body
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.6. Cooling and crystal formation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.7. Transparency and opacity
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.8. Shiny or matt glaze
6. Obtaining glaze materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.1. Materials suppliers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.2. Materials from natural sources
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.3. Other sources of materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.4. Storing, packaging and labeling
7. Frits and fritmaking
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1. Why make frits?
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.2. Frit production
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.3. Frit kilns
8. Preparation of glazes
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.1. Raw materials requirements
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.2. Grinding glaze materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.3. Weighing, mixing, using batch cards
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4. Sieving
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.5. Suspending and binding agents
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.6. Density specific gravity
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.7. Old glazes, problems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.8. Test your glazes!
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.9. Commercial production of glazes
9. Glaze application
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.1. Work place, cleaning area
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2. Application methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.3. Density, binders, glaze thickness
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.4. Waxing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.5. Single-fire glazing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.6. Handling, drying before firing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.7. Salt glazing
10. Decoration
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.1. Decoration and design
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2. Glaze decoration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3. Engobe decoration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.4. Terra sigillata
11. Glaze problems
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.1. Introduction to glaze problems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2. Trouble-shooting checklist
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.3. Specific problem explanations
12. Developing glazes
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.1. Modifying existing glazes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.2. Basic equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.3. Testing methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.4. Developing a base glaze
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.5. Modifying a base glaze
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12.6. Colored glaze
VIEW THE DOCUMENT13. Glaze oxides
14. Quality control
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT14.1. Raw materials control
VIEW THE DOCUMENT14.2. Glaze preparation control
15. Health and safety
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT15.1. Machinery
VIEW THE DOCUMENT15.2. Dust
VIEW THE DOCUMENT15.3. Toxic materials
16. Glaze formula calculations
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT16.1. Glaze formula chemistry
VIEW THE DOCUMENT16.2. Seger formula
VIEW THE DOCUMENT16.3. Frit calculation
Appendix
VIEW THE DOCUMENTGlaze Recipes
VIEW THE DOCUMENTColor Pigments
VIEW THE DOCUMENTCeramics Elements and Oxides
VIEW THE DOCUMENTCommon Glaze Raw Materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTChemical Analysis of Glaze Materials
VIEW THE DOCUMENTTable of Standard Sives
VIEW THE DOCUMENTTable of Seger Cone Formulas
VIEW THE DOCUMENTTable of Seger Cones
VIEW THE DOCUMENTTable of Orton Cones
VIEW THE DOCUMENTConversion Table for Pint Weights
VIEW THE DOCUMENTDensity
VIEW THE DOCUMENTDry content of a liquid
VIEW THE DOCUMENTTwaddell scale
VIEW THE DOCUMENTProperties of fuels
VIEW THE DOCUMENTMetric system
VIEW THE DOCUMENTTemperature conversion formula
VIEW THE DOCUMENTBibliography
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