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Paul J. Stankard Studio & Lab features three state-of-the-art work areas and a cold shop,

each of which is approximately 2,500 square feet.

GEC Equipment
The Flameworking Shop/Lab:

20 student work stations and 1 instructor work station

21 Knight Dragon Fire bench burners

21 Carlisle Unitorch hand torches with OX-3 oxygen tips

4 Heathway lathes: 4.5" bore and 11' bed

1 Heathway lathe: 4.5" bore and 6' bed

2 Litton lathes: 7.25" bore and 6' bed

1 Litton lathe: 4.5" bore and 4' bed

Wilt annealing oven: 69" x 27" interior

Wilt annealing oven: 30" x 22" interior

2 Jen Ken kilns: 11.5" interior

The Hot Shop:

Ohm Equipment gas-fired pot furnace (currently has a 250lb crucible-melting CBC glass)

4 Ohm Equipment front-loading annealing ovens: 48" x 29" x 33.5" (27 cu. ft.)

2 Ohm Equipment glory holes: 12" diameter with 1 set of doors

1 Ohm Equipment glory holes: 18" diameter with 2 sets of doors

Color pick-up oven: 15.5" x 15.5" x 11" interior, 1500f maximum temp.

3 work benches

3 sets of Jim Moore glassblowing tools: jacks, diamond shears, straight shears, tweezers and soffietta

Spiral Arts blowpipes and punties

Blockhead oval shaping blocks, sizes 6 through 14

GEC Equipment
The Kiln Studio:

Ohm Equipment top-loading casting kiln: 60" x 31.5" x 20" interior, 1700f max temp. electric

Ohm Equipment top-loading casting kiln: 40" x 31.5" x 20" interior, 1700f max temp. electric

Ohm Equipment top-loading casting kiln

Ohm Equipment burn-out kiln

Wax pots and wax-working tools

Work space and tables to accommodate 20 students

Cold Shop:

24" flat wheel with assorted diamond-grinding pads

18" flat wheel with assorted diamond-grinding pads

2 belt sanders with assorted belts

2 diamond cut-off saws

Lunzer drill press

Sandblasting cabinet

Links to sites of equipment and tool manufacturers:

Blockhead Tools

Carlisle Machine Works

Corning Batch Co.

Heathway

Jim Moore Tools

Litton

N.M. Knight

Ohm Equipment

Spiral Arts

Wale Apparatus