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Re: pug mill

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Numo Jaeger and Michael Miller (jaegmil)
Sun, 27 Sep 1998 14:12:03 -0400


Hi Laura,

A pugmil is used to mix clay. It looks kind of like a giant meat grinder.
It's great for recycling large amounts of used clay in a relatively short
period of time. Some pugmils are capable of de-airing the clay as well as
just mixing it to a workable consistancy. Recycling clay for a school
clay program with out a pugmil is an exhausting process.

The artist/teacher puts themselves at risk of damaging their hands with
carpel tunnel syndrome from the repeating actions required to mix clay
with out a pugmil.

Numo Jaeger

Ceramics Department Coordinator

Studio One Art Center

Oakland CA 94609


At 03:01 PM 9/26/98 -0400, you wrote:

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<excerpt><smaller>ok, I'm just a gal from the south but what is a PUG
MILL? Which course did I miss in college? And then what does one do
with a pug mill? Laura lollying around after Georges

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