A few weeks ago I was speaking with my fellow ceramics area champion about making glazes. We have recently done some organization of our glaze materials and he mentioned how he wished we had a computer for looking up recipes in the glaze room. So I made one!
This is the Glazy-tron 3000. I think the best place to find glaze recipes online is at glazy.com so I have named this work station in it’s honor. For the past few months I have been experimenting with kerf cutting plywood to create curved shapes. After 3 or 4 bends I am getting the hang of it. Under the hood is a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, which is a mouth full for being so small. Truthfully its a bit slow for loading a webpage but it’s all I have right now and Pi’s are almost impossible to get a hold of for less than $100 right now. If you have not had the chance to test drive a new Pi Zero 2 stop by the pottery area and give it a test drive. This workstation will also be a great place to have the test tile spread sheet and all sorts of pottery “paperwork”.