what isthe right temperature to bisque fire pottery?
Likewise, if more time is taken, less temperature is required. Take cone 08 for example. If the kiln is ramping at 108 F per hour, the temperature that the cone melts will be 1728F. Whereas if the kiln is ramping at 270 F per hour, more heat is needed. Therefore, a higher temperature of 1753F is required for the cone to melt