Do I have to dry my casting mold in the kiln? | Bullseye

Do I have to dry my casting mold in the kiln?



moisture in a kilncasting mold can cause a variety of problems, so it is important to ensure it's dried beforehand

Yes, it is important to remove as much moisture as possible from your casting mold. To learn more, read the "Firing the Mold and Glass" section in TipSheet 8: Lost Wax Kilncasting.

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