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Pottery Forming Store Machine 2000RPM USB Clay Mac Mini gift Making

Pottery Forming Machine 2000RPM USB Mini Clay Making Pottery Mac

$38

Pottery Forming Machine 2000RPM USB Mini Clay Making Pottery Mac

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Product description

Features:
Made of high quality material, durable in use. Compact structure, light weight, easy to store. Adjustable speed, safe and reliable operation. It has the advantages of stable rotating speed, low noise and energy saving. Suitable for school teaching, pottery bar or home use, meet the majority of professional, amateur ceramic enthusiasts.
Specification:
Material: Aluminum Alloy 
Weight: 917g/32.3oz 
Rated Current: 1A
Speed Control Mode: knob infinitely variable speed
Rated Voltage: 5V-9V
Rotary Speed: 0-2000RPM
Rotary Wheel Diameter: 4.5cm/1.8inch
Rotary Wheel Thickness: 0.7cm/0.3inch
Machine Body Size: Approx. 16 x 11 x 9cm/6.3 x 4.3 x 3.5inch

Package List:
1 x Ceramic Machine

Note:
Operation note: 
1. Roll the clay into a cylinder, fix it in the center of the turntable and press it. 
2. Use the ceramic tool alignment center to slowly open the hole, then slightly expand outward a bit. 
3. Use ceramic tools to shape and trim the construction of your work. 
4. Keep the rotating disc at constant speed and dry the work surface with a spray gun/ hot air gun. 
5. Use tools from peak to bottom to modify, and finally fix the bottom 
6. After the work is completed, the work can be cut off with a scraper or a knife-edge tool 
Suggestions: 
1. Get smaller pieces of mud 
2. Don't rotate too fast and slow at a slower speed. "br" 3. When shaping, you can stretch it out a bit thicker and then thin it out slowly."br" 4. Use clay tools to assist molding, less water. "br""br" Note:Please note that the screw holes on the product will be sent randomly, and make sure you will not mind before ordering."br"

Pottery Forming Machine 2000RPM USB Mini Clay Making Pottery Mac

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