The Pearl-56 digital kiln is an investment that soon pays for itself. Imagine the architectural-scale glass panels that you will make in this kiln. The results will inspire you.
The Pearl-56 was designed to the scrupulous standards of the Bullseye Resource Center in Portland, Oregon. Master glass artists fired early prototypes and suggested numerous design changes before approving the Pearl-56.
The 56” wide, 30” deep, 16 1/2” high clamshell firing chamber splits when the top is up. The lower wall is 4 1/2” high giving convenient access to the shelf area. Heavy-duty air pistons lighten the top.
The Pearl-56 has two vents in the top and two peepholes/vents along the front. The 2” x 3” front peepholes include firebrick plugs. Watch the glass through every stage of firing. The 2” x 3” top vents come with hinged door covers and high-temperature abrasion-resistant gaskets. The kiln is equipped with casters for hassle-free moving. Level the kiln effortlessly with four leveling feet.