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Title: EBAC LD3000 KILN
Post by: rs1626 on June 15, 2004, 09:26:05 AM
ANYBODY USING EBAC LD3000 KILN ?  GOOD   OR BAD POINTS  I  AM TRYING TO DECIDE BETWEEN IT AND NYLE 200
Title: Re: EBAC LD3000 KILN
Post by: Frank_Pender on June 15, 2004, 09:05:18 PM
I wish I could tell you about my 3000, but I have not set up in the new kiln building I pan to build in the very near future.  I have had the unit for about 4 years.  I am a bit behind in getting the  new kiln built. :'(
Title: Re: EBAC LD3000 KILN
Post by: shopteacher on June 16, 2004, 04:56:11 AM
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I am a bit behind  

Frank,
That's what I tell the secretary when she asks about my lesson plans. :D
Title: Re: EBAC LD3000 KILN
Post by: rs1626 on June 16, 2004, 06:59:37 AM
sound like you need 24 more hours in a day
Title: Re: EBAC LD3000 KILN
Post by: Frank_Pender on June 16, 2004, 02:37:29 PM
--Shopteacher:  after my first year of teaching I neveer turned in another set of lesson plans to the administration office.  I told them that if they wanted to see my plans they had to come to my room and look in my guidebook.  :P  I had a book for each subject; English, Social Studies and Literature all set for the entire year.

 rs,  I could not only use a few more hours in a day but more days in a week and still not get it all accomplished.
Title: Re: EBAC LD3000 KILN
Post by: shopteacher on June 16, 2004, 03:02:33 PM
One year I turned in the same lesson plan  for 17 weeks. They caught it at the end of the year and were pretty POed. Shows you how often they look at the things during the year.