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In heating and cooling Bullseye (or any other) glass in a kiln many variables will impact the choice of a firing schedule. The heating pattern of the individual kiln is critical. The accuracy of the temperature recording device is also important. Whether the work has been previously fired; whether it was previously taken to a tack or a full fuse; whether the kiln is top- or side-fired; the proximity of glass to the heating elements, the circulation of air within the kiln chamber--all of these factors, and more, will determine the schedule you eventually choose to fire your work.

The charts we have provided for heating and annealing are based on theoretical schedules, modified by experience in the Bullseye factory studio. They are fairly conservative schedules, allowing more than adequate time in heating and cooling for most projects. However, they should be used as a starting point only and adjusted to the specifics of your kiln and your project.

This information is (c) Bullseye Glass Co. and is provided here as information relating to the Bullseye products we carry. Thank you Bullseye!

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