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.
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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