Glazy Demo – Adding Recipes and More
Start video at 2:40 to skip all the “getting organized” intro stuff.
Glaze Recipe Sharing
Do you use Glazy.org to store/share your glaze recipes?
If you’re just hearing about Glazy for the first time, you should definitely go check it out. It’s a ceramics recipe website that allows you to store recipes with photos, share them with the community and analyze the chemistry/UMF of your glazes, all in one place.
You can batch out a recipe (convert % to grams), calculate recipe batch costs, track your glaze material inventory, chat with other potters about their recipes, and so much more. It’s truly amazing.
In this video, I had some glaze recipes that I wanted to add to my Glazy account, so I decided to share the process live inside my Facebook group – Understanding Glazes with Sue. This is the recording of that live video.
Follow along as I show you around the platform and how I like to use Glazy to store and organize my glaze recipes. I add a couple recipes and show you the handy import feature you can use to save time when copying recipes from another software.
In this video:
- Glazy home page – posts feed and community discussions
- The community recipes feed
- Open a free account to add your own recipes
- Private vs published recipes
- The “has photo” button to refine search results
- Sue’s recipes
- How to organize recipes with bookmarks
- How to add recipes
- How to support Glazy and unlock features
- How to add colourants and bentonite as additions on top of 100%
- How to edit Glazy descriptions and metadata
- How to add photos to your recipes or other people’s recipes
- Recipe revisions
- Importing a recipe from Insight live
- Rounding recipe percentages to nearest decimal place
- Searching for glaze recipes
- Searching for clay bodies
- How to share recipes
- How to search based on included materials
- Calculated thermal expansion
- Similar base recipes and similar analyses on Glazy
- How to comment on recipes
- How to review recipes
Glazy was created and is maintained by Derek Au. If you love Glazy like I do, consider supporting Derek so he can keep the site up to date and running smoothly for all of us, not to mention you can unlock some very useful special features.
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