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Lockerbie Kick Wheel$450.00

This kick wheel is in awesome shape. Spins true, no wobble, no rust, has always been stored indoors, ready to throw a beautiful pot, vessel or whatever. Comes with splash pan. This is a very heavy machine, so you will need help loading.

Description: Model K has been on the market since the mid 60’s and can be found in schools, colleges, and institutions throughout the world. The solid construction of heavy-duty welded steel pipe, a large table area providing space for a water bucket, tools, bats, and clay makes this wheel a durable natural for the classroom or the professional potter. The splash pan is included.

Shipping Crate Dimensions: 40″ x 48″ x 36″

Features of Lockerbie Kick Wheels:
Overall Size: 36″ x 42″ x 30″
Frame: Steel pipe and angle iron, welded into a rigid tripod unit. The edge of the flywheel is completely shielded by heavy steel bands. Finished in light gray enamel.
Flywheel: Reinforced concrete flywheel with a textured surface to provide positive traction for kicking. 27.5″ diameter and 89 pounds
Work Table: Made of heavy gauge aluminum and reinforced to support up to 200 lbs. Large enough to hold bucket, clay and tools.
Bearings: Chosen for smooth operation. Under the flywheel is a tapered, roller bearing protected by a 3″ shield.
Seat: Made from red oak.
Splash Pan: Included on both models.
Wheelhead: 13″ diameter.

$450 Cash only, will not hold or ship

Location: Rancho Cucamonga,

Brent SR-36 slabroller$$900

Brent SR -36 heavy duty slab roller with extruder and many dies

Location: Media, Pa

Lockerbie Kick Wheel$450.00

This kick wheel is in awesome shape. Spins true, no wobble, no rust, has always been stored indoors, ready to throw a beautiful pot, vessel or whatever. Comes with splash pan. This is a very heavy machine, so you will need help loading.

Description: Model K has been on the market since the mid 60’s and can be found in schools, colleges, and institutions throughout the world. The solid construction of heavy-duty welded steel pipe, a large table area providing space for a water bucket, tools, bats, and clay makes this wheel a durable natural for the classroom or the professional potter. The splash pan is included.

Shipping Crate Dimensions: 40″ x 48″ x 36″

Features of Lockerbie Kick Wheels:
Overall Size: 36″ x 42″ x 30″
Frame: Steel pipe and angle iron, welded into a rigid tripod unit. The edge of the flywheel is completely shielded by heavy steel bands. Finished in light gray enamel.
Flywheel: Reinforced concrete flywheel with a textured surface to provide positive traction for kicking. 27.5″ diameter and 89 pounds
Work Table: Made of heavy gauge aluminum and reinforced to support up to 200 lbs. Large enough to hold bucket, clay and tools.
Bearings: Chosen for smooth operation. Under the flywheel is a tapered, roller bearing protected by a 3″ shield.
Seat: Made from red oak.
Splash Pan: Included on both models.
Wheelhead: 13″ diameter.

$450 Cash only, will not hold or ship

Location: Rancho Cucamonga,

Cress Firemate Automatic FX 1814P Kiln$$800 OBO

Unused Cress Firemate Automatic FX1814P, excellent condition, never used but some chips out of the top exterior –shown in one of the photos. The Firemate control system has a Dawson kiln sitter and limit timer. It is an older technology. However, it is still more advanced than a completely manual kiln sitter. It allows you to heat the kiln more evenly and at your preferred rate of increase. The limit timer is also a plus in case you forget or need to be away from the kiln at the time that you want it to shut off. Arturo at Cress says that the current version sells new for $1411, I’d like $800 OBO. Kiln Stand included. Superior locking lid brace, two position lid venting prop. Make me an offer and you could take it away! 😉 It fits in the trunk of a Camry 4 door.

Location: San Geronimo, CA

Old working L&L kiln$$200

This is a J-230 c/10, 7 cu. ft. kiln with a kiln sitter located in Berkeley near San Pablo Ave. It’s phase 1, needs 220 electrical service and also needs a new stand. Asking $200. Call Barbara at 510-644-9446 or potteryluck@gmail.com for more information.

Location: Berkeley, CA

Wanted!: STUDIO ASSISTANT IN (AWESOME) PRODUCTION CERAMICS STUDIO$

STUDIO ASSISTANT WANTED IN (AWESOME) PRODUCTION CERAMICS STUDIO
Looking for a kickass clay wrangler to help keep my production pottery studio movin’-and-a-groovin’. Passionate about clay and ceramics, and production pottery, is highly desired.

Compensation is hourly, part or full time, and dependent on experience – starting at $17/hr

About MMclay:
MMclay is a handmade ceramic tableware business run by local ceramic artist and designer, MaryMar Keenan, in her Hayes Valley studio in San Francisco. She designs and produces custom tableware collections for some of the best chefs and restaurants in the Bay Area and beyond, including State Bird Provisions, The Progress, A16, Bellota, Nighbird, Vina Enoteca, Pausa, and many others.

Desired Skills:
Knowledge and background in ceramics
Production pottery experience a huge plus – wedging, rolling slabs, glaze mixing, glazing,
Self starter and willingness to learn
Ability to switch gears and take on a wide range of tasks and duties
Thrives in a VERY fast-paced environment
Knowledge of the ceramics industry a plus

Duties and tasks:
A wide range of tasks depending on experience and ability to quickly learn new skills, which may or may not include assisting with:
wedging clay
rolling slabs
cutting rounds of clay
Loading and unloading a bisque or glaze firing kiln
Wiping glazed pottery in prep for the glaze kiln load
Glazing
Glaze making and mixing
Loading and unloading kilns (Experience with firing kilns a plus but not required)
Helping clean the studio
Organizing display shelves
Sanding and washing finished pottery
Managing orders
shipping and handling
general maintenance, organization and studio upkeep

Physical Requirements
**This position is very physical and requires a great deal of strength**
Ability to lift 50lbs or more
Extended periods of time on your feet
Loading and unloading kiln shelves
Lifting and moving 5-20 gallon glaze buckets
Wedging clay in preparation of throwing
Reclaiming and mixing clay

Compensation is hourly, part or full time, and dependent on experience – starting at $17/hr
Please send CV/Resume and a quick intro email to marymar@mmclay.com

Location: San Francisco, CA

WANTED Used Wheels Working or Not$

We are always looking for Used Pottery Wheels for our customers. If you have any working or not, we will be happy to pick them up, refurbish them and find them homes in the Pottery Community in the East Bay. Please ask for Bill Kaplan, Manager at ClayPeople.

Location: Richmond, CA

50 TON PRESS for SALE$

Can be used with 3 Phase or Single Phase. Great condition. Includes Rings. Asking $14,500 Or Best Offer:

Call Randy Holbrook 530-529-3715

Location: ,

Ceramics Technician$

There is an opening at Laney College for a Ceramics Technician starting mid-August 2017.
Duties include:
1. Load, fire, and unload electric kilns.
2. Load, fire, and unload gas kilns.
3. Mix class glazes using scales and following recipes.
4. Mix class colored slips.
5. Repair electric kiln.
6. Maintain gas kilns.
7. Monitor glaze materials and communicate needs to the head of the department.
8. Possibly clean main studio floors with water and vacuum.
9. Keep kiln room clean and well organized.
10. Must enjoy working with and helping students.

For more info: Contact Sherry Karver 510-653-2524 or email at: sherrykarver@yahoo.com

Go online to Laney College HR, classified position to find link for filling out application.

Location: Oakland, Ca,

Seeking Ceramic Kiln$

We are seeking to purchase a gently used ceramic kiln between 7-9 cubic feet, 240V that is preferably square or rectangular in shape but will consider hexagon or oval. Please contact us if you are looking to sell such a kiln.

Thank you!
Bob Wagner

Location: Benicia, CA
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