Florence Turnour on thu 4 jan 01
Hello all and happy new year!
I visited AIM Kilns in Corvallis, Oregon this week and was greeted warmly
by a large black poodle and a tabby cat as well as a plethora
I suspect the recent problems people have had contacting them comes from
a change in phone numbers and internet address. Here is the current
350 SW Wake Robin Ave.
Corvallis, OR 97333
Phone: 1-800-222-kiln OR 1-800-647-1624
They can be reached by email at AIMKILN@msn.com.
Their web site has been down since their change in
provider, but should return shortly.
Florence Turnour, visiting Oregon
Tamara Schulz on fri 8 feb 02
I am considering buying a used electric kiln. It is an Aim 808. However, I
can't seem to find the manufacturer. Does anyone know how to contact this
company or where I can buy replacement parts?
FireRight on fri 8 feb 02
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From: "Tamara Schulz"
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2002 8:36 AM
Subject: Aim kilns
> I am considering buying a used electric kiln. It is an Aim 808. However, I
> can't seem to find the manufacturer. Does anyone know how to contact this
> company or where I can buy replacement parts?
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Gordon on wed 10 apr 02
Does anyone have any experience with these kilns? I was thinking of
buying one but would love the input of those that already own one.. thanks
so much for your time
chris clarke on thu 11 apr 02
I have one, love it. Aim was terrible to deal with, but their kiln was
worth it. It's a good alternative if you can't build right now, which is
why I bought it.
Updrafts are kind of a pain but you get use to it. The biggest pain is
adjusting the burners for different stacking set ups. You don't have to do
this but it helps the thing fire even.
I have a page on my sight that gives the particulars of my kiln
and there's a picture somewhere on the site.