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!'m making water cups with tekta and I wish they were more resistant. I,m annealing from 2 hours at 482ªC. A more pronounced annealing could help? How much time?
I use 9 mm tekta and drop it 8.5 cm.
the kiln have top elements.
Thank you !!
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