Skutt GM1014

Was: $1,790.00
Now: $1,432.00
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Product Overview

The top and side firing elements on the GM814 and GM1014 make these units fire very evenly and allow for glass projects to heat at a uniform rate. With a 13.5" chamber height these kilns are much taller then other top firing kilns allowing for tall slumping and drop mold projects. They are equipped standard with the GlassMaster Controller which gives you the precision and versatility needed for complicated firing projects.

Product Features
  • GlassMaster Controller
  • Lid and Side Fired Elements
  • Low Mass Type K Thermocouple
  • Easily Fits 22" Shelf
  • 8 " Stand
  • Hinged Control Box
  • Porcelain Peep Plugs

Product Specifications
  • 240 volts
  • 34 amps
  • 8160 watts
  • 1800°F maximum temperature
  • 3.5 cubic feet
  • inside dimensions: 23.5" diameter by 13.5" depth
  • size 6 copper wire size or better
  • 50 amp breaker
  • 6-50 NEMA receptacle

In 1953, father and son team Ralph and Neil Skutt, manufactured the industry's first multi-sided hobby kiln in Olympia, Washington under the name "Skutt & Sons."

The introduction of this new lightweight design revolutionized, not just the ceramic kiln business but the whole ceramic industry by bringing ceramics to the home.

A lot has changed over the last 50 + years. Kiln companies have come and gone, new clay bodies and glazes are constantly being developed that demand greater firing precision, and automatic controllers are quickly replacing the once cutting edge KilnSitter.

Throughout the years we at Skutt have worked hard to meet the changing needs of our customers, but one thing that has remained constant is our fierce dedication to manufacturing quality products and providing outstanding customer service.

We realize that every object placed in a Skutt kiln has value. It could be a child's horse that looks more like a dog or a master potters $20,000 commissioned sculpture. Both of these artists are counting on our kiln to do it's job ... and we don't want to let them down.

~ Skutt Ceramic Products