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For Metal Clay People

I am selling my current PMC kiln, a Sierra 360. It runs on household current, can run a firing cycle on a regular countertop, and has a digital controller with preset metal clay programs. If you are interested in stone setting, fused glass, using glass cabochons with your PMC, batch firing, or hollow forms, a kiln is a great tool to have. You can read more about it here and here; the only difference is that mine has a little porthole instead of a window on the door.
I do want you to know that my kiln fires hot and cannot be used at the 1650°F setting. PMC+ and PMC3 can be fired just fine at 1470°F or below (see chart), and this includes all forms: lump clay, syringe, slip/paste, and paper/sheet, as well as ArtClay 650. The only clay that needs to be fired at 1650°F is PMC Standard/Original, and the temperature can be monitored with a pyrometer in that case.I am offering this one for $300, less than half of the retail price. Kilns are normally and expensive aquisition so this is a great way to get started kiln firing for less! If you live in Delaware I will bring it to Sparkles at the end of May so we don’t have to worry about shipping. If you live in northern Virginia, it is available for local pickup. Email me if you are interested, or if you live somewhere else and need a shipping quote.*Update: the kiln has sold – Thank you!*