Our first glass fusing kilns, the GF-series, have passed the test of time since 1985. They helped start the glass fusing revolution. The GF-6B is one of those kilns. The switch-operated GF-6B has been replaced by the digital Fusion-6.
“I’ve fired your kilns all over the country during my seminars. I never hear complaints about your kilns. They are reliable and last a hell of a long time.” —The late Dan Fenton, who lived in Oakland, California
The GF-6B manual-fire kilns uses an infinite control switch. It comes with a safety pilot light.
The GF-6B lid elements use a new element groove that eliminates element pins. The element coils are wider than the groove opening, so the elements stay in place without pins.
Pinless heating elements in lid
Chain lid support on the GF-6B
Galvanized steel base
Reversible brick bottom
Heavy-duty stand with mar-proof plastic feet
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Disclaimer: The specifications above assume that the kiln will be plugged into a dedicated circuit. Local electric codes supersede our recommendations.
The pricing and electrical specifications for the above products reflect their design for use in the United States. The International versions of most models will have variations in electrical specifications and price due to consumer safety requirements or electrical regulations.
Top Loading Round
Understanding Chamber Measurements
The Outer Size of the Kiln and the Shipping Size: Width = Left to Right; Depth = Front to Back; Height = Top to Bottom
19.00W x 20.00D x 31.00H Inches
483W x 508D x 787H mm
The external kiln height includes a 18.5" tall stand.
28.50W x 28.50D x 28.80H Inches
724W x 724D x 732H mm