Kilns

Whether made by an individual, educational institution, or manufacturer, a kiln purchase represents a significant committment of both finances and space. You can spend from hundreds to tens of thousands of dollars on a kiln, and once that first load is fired, there is no changing your mind. Any kiln you purchase must (1) meets your firing requirements, (2) give you flexibility for realistic changes in your future firing needs, and (3) represent the highest level of quality you can afford.

Talk to friends, teachers, co-workers, but most of all talk to an expert before buying your kiln. Gas, electric, top-loading, front-loading, brick, fiber, computerized, manual, safety features, durability, insulation options, warranty coverage, the list goes on. Please email us at Axner@Axner.com with any questions, and someone on our sales team will be happy to help you make the right kiln decision for you.

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$3,626.98
The Paragon Janus-27 electric glass kiln can fire both pottery and glass. Heating elements are mounted in the top and sidewalls.
$4,085.07
The Paragon Janus-24 electric glass kiln can fire both pottery and glass. Heating elements are mounted in the top and sidewalls.
$1,170.00
The KM614-3 is the only electric kiln in the KM series that can be fired on common household 115V current using a special 30 Amp outlet. It is exceptionally handy for artists with limited space at home.
$1,245.00
Porcelain doll makers love the KM714 because it can handle the components of most dolls in one load, and because it gives them better firing control. For studios firing one or more of the larger Skutt KM-series kilns, the KM714 makes the ideal test kiln.
$1,493.00
Now your friendly eight sided Skutt electric kiln can give you precise firing control that was available only on top of the line models just a few years ago. It is a versatile Cone 10 kiln that is a great work tool for porcelain and stoneware artists.
$1,545.00
Now your friendly eight sided Skutt electric kiln can give you precise firing control that was available only on top of the line models just a few years ago. A versatile Cone 10 kiln that's a great work tool for porcelain and stoneware artists. 3 in brick
$1,545.00
Now your friendly eight sided Skutt electric kiln can give you precise firing control that was available only on top of the line models just a few years ago. It is a Cone 8 kiln that is a great work tool for porcelain and stoneware artists. 3 inch brick.
$1,594.00
The KM822 offers 4.5” more height then the KM818. This doesn’t sound like much until you need to add another shelf or want to fire a taller pot or sculpture. Fire a 18” tall piece with all the proper clearances.
$1,650.00
The KM822-3 offers 4.5” more height then the KM818. This doesn’t sound like much until you need to add another shelf or want to fire a taller pot or sculpture. Fire a 18” tall piece with all the proper clearances. 3 inch brick.
$2,085.00
For easy loading of heavy or fragile pieces, you can't beat a Skutt KM1018. This electric kiln gives you nearly five cubic feet of capacity in a nice wide firing chamber.
$2,164.00
For easy loading of heavy or fragile pieces, you can't beat a Skutt KM1018-3. This electric kiln gives you nearly five cubic feet of capacity in a nice wide firing chamber. 3 inch brick.
$2,303.00
For easy loading of heavy or fragile pieces, the KM1022 was introduced to combine the benefits of the easy to load KM1018 and the desirable height of the KM1027.
$2,385.00
For easy loading of heavy or fragile pieces, the KM1022 was introduced to combine the benefits of the easy to load KM1018 and the desirable height of the KM1027. 3 inch brick.
$2,528.00
The KM1027 is known as a real powerhouse because of its large 7 cubic foot capacity and ability to fire to Cone 10. It is a great electric kiln for those who fire porcelain and stoneware.
$2,603.00
This electric kiln is sometimes called the energy saver the KM1027-3 is known for its ease in reaching cone 10. With its 3 inch fire brick it is able to reach cone 10 in 240 or 208 volt single or 3 phase time and time again.
$2,532.00
An electric kiln with 6.6 cubic feet of Cone 10 power. Large 28-inch diameter allows for large platters. Low profile design equals easy loading and unloading. 3 inch brick.
$2,749.00
An electric kiln with 8.1 cubic feet of Cone 8-10 power. Large 28-inch diameter allows for large platters. Low profile design equals easy loading and unloading. 3 inch brick.
$2,978.00
This is the perfect automatic electric kiln for high production, with nearly 10 cubic feet of loading capacity. 3 inch brick.
$3,447.00
Finally, an electric kiln line designed specifically for volume production and fast turnaround of high mass loads. It has the power and industrial components to go straight to Cone 10 with a full load of tile or stoneware.
$3,544.00
Finally, an electric kiln line designed specifically for volume production and fast turnaround of high mass loads. It has the power and industrial components to go straight to Cone 10 with a full load of tile or stoneware.
$462.00
The FireBox 8 is the perfect small electric kiln for glass fusing, precious metal clay, ceramics, enameling, knife making...almost anything that you need to get hot. Beginners to advanced artists will love this kiln.
$934.00
The perfect electric kiln for fusing glass tiles. The square chamber holds 1 full square foot of 4" x 4" tile. The FireBox 14 is top fired so it will heat each tile uniformly.
$1,155.00
Unlike most test kilns the GlazeTech is designed to run on 240V but only requires a 20Amp breaker (208V models require a 30Amp breaker). A true Cone 10 test kiln with a 14" square by 9" deep firing chamber. Also ideal for firing Laguna's Ceramic Canvas.
$743.00
The perfect starter electric kiln. Large enough to easily fuse a 12” platter. An even more economical version of the HotStart Pro, the GP706, comes with manual controls which includes an Infinite switch and Pyrometer in place of the controller.
$882.00
The HotStart Pro electric kiln gives you the ability to program and save up to 5 custom programs. Each program can have up to 8 segments. The best part is that you don't have to give up a thing.
$983.00
While perfect for annealing torch work beads this electric kiln is also an excellent fusing kiln for smaller projects. The kiln comes standard with a side hinged door but can be ordered with the easy to operate bead door.
$1,463.00
With a 13.5" chamber height these electric glass kilns are much taller then other top firing kilns allowing for tall slumping and drop mold projects.
$1,688.00
With a 13.5" chamber height these electric glass kilns are much taller then other top firing kilns allowing for tall slumping and drop mold projects.
$2,337.00
With a 13.5" chamber height these electric glass kilns are much taller then other top firing kilns allowing for tall slumping and drop mold projects. 3 inch brick.
$1,594.00
With Zone Control standard, these models fire each section independently to insure even firing from the top to bottom. These electric glass kilns are great for large drop molds and annealing tall sculptural pieces.
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