Enameling Glass Fusing Low-Fire Ceramics
Decals Glass Bead Annealing Lost Wax Casting
The digital SC-3 kiln fires silver clay, decals, china
paint, enameling, and glass in minutes up to 2000°F. The SC-3 is popular with
seminar teachers because it fires so fast, plugs into a 120 volt outlet, and is
easy to sell.
The SC-3 has been in production since 1998. It is a proven design that we
have steadily refined every year. Artists in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Japan
love their SC-3.
The SC-3, for a digital kiln, is surprisingly
affordable. It fires automatically at the rate and temperature you enter. A
large, brightly lit display prompts for firing rate, temperature and hold time.
Use the hold feature to automatically soak any type of clay silver to its
The ceramic fiber firing chamber is wrapped in a steel
inner case. The outer steel case remains cool due to the layer of air between it
and the inner case. In addition, the case is slotted for air circulation.
Electrical components, located in the base, stay cool even at extended hold
The 6 1/2” wide bead door includes a brushed stainless
steel mandrel holder. The 1” x 3” window is beveled for a wide view of the kiln
interior. Watch your project turn bright red through the window. (Note: Always wear firing safety glasses when viewing the kiln interior.)
The fast firing element is embedded in the firing
chamber shell. The SC-3 heats from the two sides and back. It includes a top
vent for lost wax casting.
Each SC-3 includes a 1/4” thick ceramic fiber shelf.SC-3 Features
The Sentry Xpress 3-key controller is packed with
features. It includes two modes: Single Segment and 8-segment Ramp-Hold.
Features of the Sentry Xpress 3-key Controller on
The SC-3 can now ship by UPS. Enjoy lower shipping
cost and faster service. Specially designed cartons and foam padding assure that
the kiln will arrive safely.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.