It's been a while, but we last spoke about this kiln building. Well, life got in the way what can I say. Well I know it's September and nearing October so most aren't considering this anymore. However here in the south...In TX, temps are still well over 90F. This entire week is actually mid to high 90s with temps in the mid 80s not slated to be our avg until late October or so. I still have a little time to do at least SOME seasoning. It's been in the heat all this time so I don't need alot. Maybe a month of seasoning left.please read post number 1 it Describes how to putthe kiln together, it also says u shaped vents.. the vents are for the warm moistur laden air to excape and the fresh air come up from the bottom. You may see moisture the first few days.. after that you should be good as long as your venting enouth air. you need to check the temp of the kiln.. you want it like 140 degrees in there..
if you put it together correctly you will have no issues..
Now for my question, I'm putting the kiln together and was wondering if it can be feasible without the extra wood frame that peaks at the top. Is it necessary to have that wood frame? Or can I just use the wood racks?