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|Model:||Paragon Fusion 17 (S1310 Trio)|
|Dimensions Inside:||17.5" (length) x 10.75" (width) x 6.5" (depth)|
|Dimensions Outside:||30" (width) x 20" (depth) x 15" (height)|
|Shelf Size:||Rectangular Shelf 17" x 10" - NOT INCLUDED|
|Max Temp:||Fires to 1700° F|
|Amperage:||15 amps (20 amp breaker recommended)|
|Shipping Weight:||120# (Freight)|
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- Genesis Mini Touch Screen Controller
- On/Off Safety Switch
- Built-in Stand
- Instruction Manual
- 2-Year Limited Warranty (The manufacturer's warranty as well as the optional add-on Extended Warranty Protection Plan do not cover a service contractor to provide in-home kiln repairs.)
The Fusion 17, formerly known as the S1310 Trio, is the first machine specifically designed to be a kiln for glass bottle slumping!
What makes this kiln special? Paragon recognized that many people want a kiln for fusing and slumping glass, but they also wanted a kiln big enough to efficiently slump wine and beer bottles. They didn't have a high power electrical circuit available, so they wanted a kiln that would run on a regular 120v household power receptacle... with all of this in mind, Paragon created the Fusion 17.
Came in great condition.. no issues. Works great. Have melted numerous bottles and after finding the right firing schedule works like a charm. Very Happy!
First kiln and very happy!!
I did quite a bit of research and surfing the internet before purchasing my first kiln. The Paragon trio kiln and absolutely live it. My grandson welded a terrific steel stand and I was off slumping. I’m on my third batch of bottles and anxious to see the results. My first stomp was with a clear bottle and turned out a bit cloudy, my second batch unfortunately due to my inexperience came out with the kiln wash grossly adhered to my bottles. I’ve got my third one running as I type!!!! Crossing my fingers. Love the kiln though.