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Set-Pro Control Manual - Evenheat Kilns

Set-Pro w/ Express Mode Operating Manual

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For Use with Studio Pro STP and Kingpin 88 Models with “EX” at End of Serial Number

For Use with KF, KH and HT-1 Set-Pro Equipped Ovens with Serial Number’s 102077 and Above

SET-PRO

w/ Express Mode

HEAT TREATING

Control Operating Manual

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Thank you for purchasing a Set-Pro equipped oven from Evenheat. The Set-Pro offers Custom Mode programming to allow the heat treater complete

control over all heat processing decisions. Please take some time to read this manual. Not only does it cover the basics, it also contains some little gems

that are sure to make your command of the Set-Pro a thoroughly rewarding experience.

The Set-Pro w/ Express Mode offers four programming modes: Custom (Used for Heat Treating), Metal Clay Express, Glass Express and Ceramic Express

Custom Mode is designed for the creation of custom heat treating programs.

Metal Clay Express Mode is designed exclusively for firing Art Clay and PMC brands of metal clay. Preset firing programs for each brand make

programming easy and accurate. Knife makers may be interested in this particular art, check it out!

Glass Express Mode is designed exclusively for glass firing. It’s quick, easy and accurate using preset firing parameters. Simply answer a few

questions and you’re ready to fire.

Ceramic Express Mode is designed exclusively for ceramic firing. Choose your cone number and firing speed and the Set-Pro does the rest

automatically.

This manual describes the use of the Set-Pro w/ Express Mode as it relates to using the Custom Mode for Heat Treating. For Set-Pro w/ Express Mode

manuals relating to using the Metal Clay Express Mode, Glass Express Mode and Ceramic Express Mode please refer to the manuals disc included with

your oven, visit our web site at www.evenheat-kiln.com or contact us at [email protected]

Please take some time to read this manual. Not only does it cover the basics, it also contains some little gems that are sure to make your command of the

Set-Pro a thoroughly rewarding experience.

CAUTION: The Set-Pro is used to control temperature, it is not a safety devise. Never leave the oven unattended while firing. Check on the oven at the

end of the heat treat process to ensure process has completed as planned.

CAUTION: Throw control power switch, located on oven control panel, to the OFF position (O) when not in use.

Table of Contents

Quick Steps for Custom Mode Programming ................................. 3

Set-Pro Key Descriptions ................................................................ 4

Custom Mode Programming (Detailed) ......................................... 5

On-the-Fly Features ....................................................................... 7

Adding Time to a Hold .................................................................... 7

Adding Temperature to a Hold ....................................................... 7

Skipping Ahead to the next Segment ............................................. 7

View Segment Feature ................................................................... 7

Initialization ................................................................................... 8

Idle ................................................................................................. 8

Program Review ............................................................................. 8

Start Now ....................................................................................... 8

Storing a Custom Mode Program ................................................... 8

Selecting and Running a Custom Mode Program ........................... 8

Stopping the Program .................................................................... 8

4 User Programs in Custom Mode ................................................. 8

8 Segments per Custom Mode Program ........................................ 8

Programming a Time Value ............................................................ 9

Temperature Rate Options ............................................................ 9

Using UP & Down Arrow Keys ........................................................ 9

Number of Segments ..................................................................... 9

Writing Over Data .......................................................................... 9

Clearing Function ........................................................................... 9

Fahrenheit or Celsius ..................................................................... 9

Maximum Programmable Temperature ........................................ 9

Firing Down to Room Temperature ............................................. 10

Delay Start Feature ...................................................................... 10

Set-Pro Display Conditions ........................................................... 11

Set-Pro Display Messages ............................................................ 11

Key Function Table....................................................................... 12

Set-Pro Error Messages................................................................ 12

Heat Treat Data ........................................................................... 13

Oven Trouble Shooting ................................................................ 16

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Use this Quick Guide to Immediately Begin the Custom Mode Programming Process

This Quick Guide to programming is a fairly straight forward, key-by-key approach to programming your heat treat program. It doesn’t go into much detail

beyond what keys to press for most heat treating programs. If you were to rip a page out of this manual and tack it to the wall, it would be this page. For

more detailed programming instructions check out page 5.

The Custom Mode allows the creation of your own, individual heat treating programs. You choose the rate of temperature increase, the temperature you

want to achieve and any hold time once you’re there. These 3 items, taken together, create what’s known as a segment. Generally speaking, heat treat

programs use only 1 segment.

Quick Steps for Custom Mode Programming

1. Throw the power switch on the oven control panel to the On position.

2. The Set-Pro begins its initialization process and the display will illuminate.

3. The Set-Pro will finish its initialization process and then display IdLE (Idle).

4. Press the Enter key one time to begin the programming process. The display will read either, GLAS, M-C, CEr or CUSt.

5. Use the Up or Down arrow keys to make the display read CUSt (Custom Mode) if it does not already.

6. Press the Enter key. USr is displayed along with some number.

7. Use the Up arrow key to choose. You’re choosing which of the 4User program numbers will be used to store your program. Your choices are 1 thru 4.

8. Press the Enter key. SEG is displayed along with some number.

9. Use the Up or Down arrow keys to choose. You’re choosing the total number of segments used in the program. Your choices are 1 thru 8. Generally

speaking, heat treat programs usually use only 1 segment.

10. Press the Enter key. rA 1 is displayed along with some number.

11. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to choose. You’re programming the temperature rate (°/hr.) for this segment. Generally speaking, heat treat

programs usually go As Fast As Possible up to temperature.

12. Press the Enter key. °F 1 is displayed along with some number.

13. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to choose. You’re programming the temperature set point for this segment.

14. Press the Enter key. HLd 1 is displayed along with some number.

15. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to choose. You’re programming the hold time for this segment.

16. Press the Enter key. rA 2 is displayed. Repeat steps 11 thru 14 for all remaining segments.

17. Once all remaining segments have been programmed the display will read rEdI (Ready).

18. Press the Enter key to begin the heat treating process. The Set-Pro is now running your Custom heat treat program.

When the process is complete the display alternates between CPLt and total process time. Press the Start/Stop key at this point will cause the display to

briefly read StOP and then IdLE.

You may stop the heat treat process at any time by pressing the Enter key. Doing so will cause the program to stop and StOP will briefly be displayed.

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Set-Pro Key Layout & Key Descriptions

F or °C - The Set-Pro can be set to display

in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.

Display - Large, bright LED display

can be seen from a distance.

Start/Stop - Enter

The Start/Stop key starts and stops the heat treat process. It’s also used to enter or store heat treat program information during the programming process.

UP Arrow – VIEW SEG – SKIP SEG

Used to select values when programming and allows for Viewing the current running segment as well as performing the Skip Ahead feature.

Down Arrow – REVIEW

Used to select values when programming and allows for the Review program feature.

See the Set-Pro Key Function Table on page 12, for more detailed key information.

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Custom Mode Programming (Detailed)

The Custom Mode is a method of programming that allows you to precisely define every aspect of the heat treating process. You’re creating a custom

program designed for the work at hand. During programming you will be asked to enter in data for rate of temperature increase (or decrease), the set

point temperature you would like to reach and hold time at the set point temperature. Most heat treat programs are simple, 1 segment affairs that ramp

up to temperature and hold that temperature for a period of time, then shut off. The Set-Pro does allow for heat treating applications that involve multiple

firing steps. We have included some basic heat treat data at the end of this manual to assist you developing your heat treat programs.

1. Throw the power switch on the oven control panel to the On position.

2. The Set-Pro begins its initialization process and the display will illuminate.

3. The Set-Pro will finish its initialization process and then display IdLE (Idle).

Idle simply means the Set-Pro is at rest and is not running any programs.

4. Press the Enter key one time to begin the Custom Mode programming process. The display will read GLAS, M-C, CEr or CUSt.

The Set-Pro includes preset programs designed to fire glass, metal clays, ceramic as well as offering Custom programs for heat treating.

These choices are displayed as:

GLAS – Glass Express Mode

M-C – Metal Clay Express Mode

CEr – Ceramic Express Mode

CUSt – Custom Mode

5. Use the Up or Down arrow keys to make the display read CUSt (Custom Mode) if it does not already.

6. Press the Enter key. The display will read USr along with some number.

The Set-Pro needs to know which of the 4 available locations you would like to store your Custom Mode program. In other words: a program

number. Your choices are 1 thru 4.

7. Use the Up arrow key only to select the desired program number.

8. Press the Enter key. The display will read SEG along with some number.

The Set-Pro needs to know the total number of segments you would like to use for the Custom Mode program. A Segment consists of these 3

questions: Rate: how fast am I supposed to get to temperature? Set Point: what temperature am I going to? Hold Time: the amount of time to

hold at my Set Point temperature?

You can use up to 8 segments for your program. Your choices are 1 thru 8. Most heat treat programs usually use 1 segment.

9. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select desired number of segments to be used in the Custom program.

10. Press the Enter key. The display will read rA-1 along with some number.

The Set-Pro is asking for the desired temperature rate to be used in segment 1. rA stands for Rate and the 1 means you’re programming the

rate of temperature change for segment 1.

Rate means speed and you need to tell the Set-Pro how fast you want the temperature to change. Rate for the Set-Pro is programmed in

degrees per hour (°/hr.). The choice is yours.

Most heat treat programs use a temperature rate of “As Fast As Possible”. “As Fast As Possible” is programmed in as 9999 or Full, see page 9 for

detailed information.

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11. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select your desired rate.

12. Press the Enter key. The display will read °F 1 (°C 1 if using Celsius).

Custom Mode Programming (Detailed) – continued from previous page

The Set-Pro is asking for the temperature set point you wish to reach in segment 1. °F stands for the temperature set point (°C is displayed if

you’re using the Celsius scale) and the 1 means you’re programming the temperature you would like to reach in segment 1.

The choice is yours.

13. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select your set point temperature.

14. Press the Enter key. The display will read HLd1 along with some number.

The Set-Pro is asking for the amount of time you wish to hold at the set point temperature. HLd stands for Hold (a.k.a. soak or dwell) and the 1

means you’re programming the amount of time you want the temperature to stay at the segment 1 temperature once you reach it.

Hold time is programmed in hours and minutes. Values to the left of the decimal point are hours and values to the right of the decimal are

minutes. You do not have to hold at temperature if you don’t want to, in which case hold time would be 0.

15. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select your desired hold time.

16. Press the Enter key. If you have chosen to use more than 1 segment for your firing the display will read rA 2 along with some number. If you have

chosen to use only 1 segment for this firing skip ahead to line #21 for further instruction.

The Set-Pro is asking for temperature rate, this time for segment 2.

17. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select your desired rate.

18. Press the Enter key. The display will read °F 2 along with some number.

The Set-Pro is asking for the temperature set point, this time for segment 2.

19. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select your desired temperature set point.

20. Press the Enter key. The display will read HLd2 along with some number.

The Set-Pro is asking for the amount of hold time at your temperature set point, this time for segment 2.

As you can see from the emerging pattern, the Set-Pro will continue to ask the same three questions: rate, temperature and time for all remaining

segments. Just keep answering the questions.

21. Once all your segments are programmed the Set-Pro will display rEdI which means it’s ready to run your Custom Mode program.

22. Press the Enter key to begin the heat treating process. The Set-Pro is now running your Custom heat treat program.

When the heat treat process is complete the display alternates between CPLt and total process time. Pressing the Start/Stop key at this point will cause

the display to briefly read StOP and then IdLE.

The Set-Pro automatically stops running the heat treat program once complete. However, you may always stop a heat treat process in progress, at any

time, by pressing the Start/Stop key. StOP is displayed briefly and then IdLE.

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On-The-Fly Features

The Set-Pro contains a set of features that allow you to adjust and tweak the firing while it’s actually running! We’ve dubbed these features as “On-the-

Fly”. With these features it’s possible to add a little bit of time to a hold if needed, add a little bit of temp to a hold or just leave the segment entirely and

move to the next segment (in multi-segment programs).

Adding Time to a Hold

During a hold period it may be necessary to add just a little more time to the programmed hold time. The Set-Pro allows you to add time to a hold in 5

minute increments.

To Use the Add Time Feature

While holding at a temperature (display reads temperature along with remaining hold time), repeatedly press the UP arrow key until the display

reads tME (stands for time). Press the ENTER key one time. You have now added 5 minutes to the hold time. The display will go back to reading

temperature and remaining hold time and you will notice that 5 minutes has been added to the hold. You may use this procedure as often as

necessary during a hold to get the hold time you desire. It should be noted that the Adding Time to a Hold feature is a temporary adjustment

only. That is, it does not change the program stored in memory.

Adding Temperature to a Hold

During a hold period it may be necessary to add just a little extra temperature to the programmed set point temperature. The Set-Pro allows you to add

more temperature in °5 increments.

To Use the Add Temperature Feature

While holding at a temperature (display reads temperature along with remaining hold time), repeatedly press the UP arrow key until the display

reads tMP (stands for temperature). Press the ENTER key one time. You have now added 5 degrees to the set point temperature. Once set, the

display will go back to reading temperature and remaining hold time. You may use this procedure as often as necessary during a hold to get the

hold temperature you desire. It should be noted that the Adding Temperature to a Hold feature is a temporary adjustment only. That is, it does

not change the program stored in memory.

Skipping Ahead to the Next Segment

During multi-segment heat treating processes it may become desirable to stop what you’re currently doing and skip ahead to the next segment in the

program.

To Use the Skip Ahead Feature

At any time during the heat treating process press the UP arrow key one time. The display will eventually read SStP (stands for Skip Step). When

it does, press the ENTER key one time. You have now skipped to the next programmed segment. If you need to continue to skip ahead even

further feel free to do so. Once you skip the display will go back to reading temperature.

View Segment Feature

At any point during the heat treat process you may press the UP arrow one time to display the current action (ramping or holding) and current segment.

This will tell you if you’re ramping or holding and which segment you’re doing this in. After a moment or two the display will go back to normal operation.

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Programming and Use Features

Initialization (Boot-Up)

When the Set-Pro is powered up it goes through an initialization process. Various data is displayed until the initialization is complete and the display reads

IdLE.

IdLE (Idle)

Idle simply means the Set-Pro is not running any firing programs at the moment.

Program Review

It’s always best to review your program before starting it. When the controller is reading IdLE just press the REVIEW key and the display will automatically

show you what’s programmed. Just watch. When it’s done reviewing rEdI will be displayed. Press Start/Stop key to start the program. If it’s not what you

want, Press the Start/Stop key again to get to IdLE and enter a new program.

Start Now

For you brave souls out there who want to skip the program review you can get to the rEdI command quickly by pressing the REVIEW key twice (when IdLE

is displayed). This bypasses the review process and gets you directly to rEdI. Just press the Start/Stop to start the program.

Storing a Custom Mode Program

As you go through the Custom Mode programming process and complete it, your program is automatically stored in the program number you selected at

the beginning of the programming process.

Selecting and Running a Custom Mode Program

At some point you are likely to have set all 4 Custom Mode programs set to something you like and want to run again and again. The Set-Pro allows you to

quickly select the program you desire.

To Select a Custom Mode Program

From IdLE press the Enter key one time. Use the UP arrow key to choose the Custom Mode program you wish to run and then press the DOWN

arrow key. The Set-Pro display automatically cycles through the chosen program settings and then displays rEdI. Simply press Start to begin the

firing.

Stopping the Program

At any time you may stop the heat treat process while it’s running by pressing the Start/Stop key. The display will briefly read StOP and then read IdLE

along with chamber temperature.

4 User Programs in Custom Mode

The Set-Pro allows the heat treater to save up to 4 Custom Mode programs in memory. Your programs remain in these 4 locations indefinitely and can be

recalled or changed at any time.

8 Segments per Custom Mode Program

The Set-Pro allows you to use up to 8 segments for each Custom Mode firing program. Typical heat treat programs use only 1 segment. However, if you do

need more than 1, you got ‘em!

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Programming and Use Features Continued from Previous Page

Programming a Time Value

The Set-Pro accepts time as Hours and Minutes. When programming a time value, a red dot will illuminate in the middle of the four display digits.

Numbers to the left of the dot indicate hours and numbers to the right of the dot indicate minutes.

Temperature Rate Options

Temperature rate is programmed in degrees per hour (°/hr.). Heat treat processes usually go As Fast As Possible”. You can do this in two ways. You can

program in the maximum rate of 9999 which works fine or use the FULL command. The FULL command instructs the controller to go Full on (or Full off) to

the set point temperature. To set your rate to FULL simply press the down arrow key until the display stops at 0000, then release the key. Wait a moment

or two then press the down arrow one time. The display will read FULL.

Using the UP and DOWN Arrow Keys

When using the arrow keys, especially when holding them down, the “tens” position will change first then the “hundreds” position will change then the

“thousands” position will change. This process is designed to get you where you want to go a little faster, and easier. Another twist to this feature allows

you to “tap” the button to change the position slowly. For instance: let’s say you’re holding down the up arrow key and the hundreds position is changing.

Simply let go of the arrow key and press it once to increment the hundreds up by 1. Press it once again and it moves up by 1 again. And so on and so forth.

This feature is true when any position is the one being changed. We hope you find it useful.

Number of Segments

The Set-Pro can control up to 8 segments per use or program. However, that doesn’t mean that you need to use all 8. If your program only needs 1 or 2

segments to operate, great, use only 1 or 2. When it comes time to choose just select the number of segments you need.

Writing Over Data

You will want to change the data in your Custom Mode programs at some point. We expect this as you try new techniques and fine tune your skills. When

you do, you’ll see the old firing data as you’re programming in the new data. Simply key in the new data as though the old never existed.

Clearing Function

There is no feature that allows you to perform an “ALL CLEAR” function, i.e. set all the settings to 0. Sorry. We understand the desire for such a feature but

it’s really not necessary.

Fahrenheit or Celsius

Your Set-Pro was set at the factory for use in the Fahrenheit or Celsius temperatures scales. If programmed to the Fahrenheit scale you will see °F when

programming your set point temperatures. If set to Celsius you will see °C when programming your set point temperature. You will also note that a small,

red dot will be illuminated at the bottom right of the Set-Pro display area to indicate a Celsius temperature. This small, red dot is not illuminated when

using the Fahrenheit scale. If you would like to change which temperature scale you are using please consult Evenheat if you wish to adjust this setting.

Maximum Programmable Temperature

The maximum temperature that can be programmed in the Set-Pro is 2350°F (1288°C).

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Programming and Use Features Continued from Previous Page

Firing Down to Room Temperature

Over the years we’ve seen users attempt to program their ovens to come down to room temperature at the end of the heat treat process. They have

literally programmed in 72° as the last segment temperature. Don’t do this. If your actual room temperature goes above what you have programmed the

firing won’t end until the room temp drops, you get an error or you stop the firing. If you want to control the cooling down to some low, final temperature

don’t make it room temperature. We suggest 200° or above.

Delay Start Feature

The Set-Pro can delay the start of your firing for up to 100 hours. This feature becomes valuable when different electrical rates are charged at different

times of the day.

To Use the Delay Start feature

With the display reading rEdI press the DOWN arrow key one time. dELA is displayed. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select the amount

of delay start time. Press the Enter key. The display will read rEdI. Press the Start/Stop key one time. The Set-Pro will display dLY along with

remaining delay start time. When the delay start counts down to 0 the firing program will start.

To stop the delay start feature press the Start/Stop one time.

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Set-Pro Display Conditions

Display Alternating Between IdLE (Idle) and Temperature

Program is not running: oven chamber temperature is displayed.

Display Reading Temperature

Program is running and is ramping to temperature: oven chamber temperature is displayed.

Display Alternating Between Time Value and Temperature

Program is running and is holding at temperature: oven chamber temperature is displayed along with the time value counting down remaining hold time.

Dot Displayed Between the 10’s and 100’s Digits

Indicates the value being displayed is a time value.

Dot Displayed to the Right of the 1’s Digit

Indicates that a Celsius temperature is being displayed. If no dot is displayed the Set-Pro is displaying in Fahrenheit.

Set-Pro Display Messages

Listed below are all display messages you will encounter while using the Set-Pro. Some are self explanatory. To learn more about the messages go to the

page number indicated.

ArtC Art Clay, N/A °F Fahrenheit, page 9 PrHt Pre Heat, N/A

°C Celsius (Centigrade), page 9 FASt Fast, page N/A rA Rate, page 5

CASt Cast, N/A FULL Full, page 9 rEdI Ready, pages 3 & 6

CEr Ceramic Express Mode, page 5 FUSE Fuse, N/A rSLO Extra Slow, N/A

CO82 COE 82, N/A GLAS Glass Express Mode, page 5 S.S. Art Clay Silver Standard, N/A

CO90 COE 90, N/A GoLd PMC Gold Slow, N/A S.S.-S Art Clay Silver Standard Slow Dry, N/A

CO96 COE 96, N/A HLd Hold, page 6 SEG Segments, page 5

COnE Cone, N/A IdLE Idle, page 8 SLO Slow, N/A

COPP Art Clay Copper, N/A LAM Laminate, N/A SOFt Soften, N/A

CPLt Firing Complete, pages 3 & 6 LF Art Clay Silver 650/1200 Low Fire, N/A SStP Skip Segment, page 7

CUSt Custom Mode, page 5 LF-S Art Clay Silver 650/1200 Low Fire Slow Dry, N/A Stnd PMC Standard, N/A

dELA Delay Start, page 10 M-C Metal Clay Express Mode, page 5 StOP Stop, pages 3 & 6

dLY Delay Start, page 10 MEd Medium, N/A tC Thermocouple, page 12

Errd Error D, page 12 P F PMC+ Fast, N/A tC/FAIL Thermocouple Failure, page 12

ErrF Error F, page 12 P3 F PMC3 Fast, N/A tME Time, page 7

ErrP Error P, page 12 P3 S PMC3 Slow, N/A tMP Temperature, page 7

Err1 Error 1, page 12 PMC PMC, N/A USr User, page 5

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Key Function Table

Start/Stop - ENTER

While at the Idle Position (IdLE) While Running a Program At Any Other Position

Pressing once begins the

Custom Mode programming process

Stops the currently running program

Pressing once with rEdI displayed starts

the currently loaded firing program.

While programming, it stores the

currently displayed data and moves

programming to the next step.

UP Arrow – VIEW SEG – SKIP SEG

While at the Idle Position (IdLE) While Running a Program At Any Other Position

No Function

Allows you to access the View Segment,

Add Temperature, Add Time and

Skip Segment features.

Used to select various program

values while programming.

DOWN Arrow - REVIEW

While at the Idle Position (IdLE) While Running a Program At Any Other Position

Pressing twice takes you

directly to the rEdI position

Allows you to view entire

currently running program.

Used to select various program

values while programming.

Pressing once while rEdI is displayed

allows for setting of any delay time.

Set-Pro Error Messages

The Set-Pro monitors each firing and compares performance to a set of standards. If the firing does not meet performance standards the Set-Pro

automatically stops the firing and displays a corresponding Error Code describing the fault. These codes are identified and described below.

tC FAIL - tC alternating with FAIL indicates the thermocouple has failed. Replace the defective thermocouple with Evenheat supplied thermocouple only.

To clear, press any key.

Err1 – Error 1 indicates the temperature in the oven is rising slower than 15°F/hr during an up ramp. If this rate continues for 8 minutes, the firing will be

stopped. Err1 may be an indication that elements are worn or defective or that a relay has stopped working.

ErrF – Error F indicates the temperature in the oven is decreasing less than 15°F/hr during a down ramp. If this rate continues for 8 minutes, the firing will

be stopped. ErrF may be an indication that a relay has stuck in the on position.

Errd – Error d indicates that the oven temperature is 100°F above the traveling set point, which is the current desired temperature in the oven. The

traveling set point will increase or decrease according to the programmed rate. Errd may indicate a stuck relay in the on position or a problem with a

thermocouple not reading properly.

ErrP – ErrP is displayed whenever there is a power interruption that is long enough to stop the firing. If the power interruption is brief, the oven will

continue to fire when power is restored; in this case there will be no indication of a power failure. To clear the error, press any key.

tC – The Red and Yellow thermocouple wires are reversed.

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Heat Treat Data

The following heat treat data has been provided to Evenheat by various sources. We suggest you view this data as a starting and reference point on which

to build your heat treating experience. What works for these guys may or may not necessarily work for you.

General Heat Treating Data for Various Metals

Special Thanks to Texas Knifemakers Supply for this Information

Steel Type

Rockwell

Hardness

Hardening

Temperature

Hardening

Time

Temper

Temperature

D2 Tool Steel 58 RC 1880°F 15 min. 500°F

D2 Springs & Rockers 43 to 45 RC 1880°F 15 min. 1200°F

154CM S.S.

154CM S.S. Springs

& Rockers

58 RC

61 RC

1900°F 15 min.

400°F for 58 RC

275°F for 61 RC

43 to 45 RC 1900°F 15 min. 1200°F

440C S.S. 58 RC 1880°F 15 min. 225°F

440C S.S. Springs

& Rockers

43 to 45 RC 1880°F 15 min. 1100°F

CPM 440V S.S. (S60V) 58 RC 1950°F 30 min. 300°F

CPM 440V S.S. Springs &

Rockers

ATS-34 S.S.

ATS-34 S.S. Springs

& Rockers

43 to 45 RC 1950°F 30 min. 1100°F

58 RC

61 RC

1900°F 15 min.

400°F for 58 RC

275°F for 61 RC

43 to 45 RC 1900°F 15 min. 1200°F

Vascoware & Cru-ware 1950°F 30 min. 1000°F

Boye Dendritic S.S. 1880°F 30 min. 400°F

440A S.S. 1880°F 15 min. 212°F

CMP420V 2150°F 10 min. 400°F

A-2 1800°F 500°F

01 Tool Steel 1500°F

Annealing 1650°F 30 min.

10 min. or until non-magnetic, oil quench

(oil needs to be warm - 100 to 150°F)

Temper at 350°F for 2 hrs.

Temper

Time

2 hrs.

2 times

2 hrs.

1 time

2 hrs.

2 times

2 hrs.

1 time

2 hrs.

1 time

1 hr.

1 time

2 hrs.

2 times

2 hrs.

1 time

2 hrs.

1 time

2 hrs.

2 times

2 hrs.

3 times

1 hr.

2 times

2 hrs.

1 time

2 hrs.

2 times

2 hrs.

2 times

1650°F for 30 min. Shut off with

oven door closed. Leave in overnight.

NOTE: These figures are based on 3/16" thick material and should be altered to the thickness of the material being treated. (I.E. 1/8" thick material should

be 8 to 10 minutes and 1/4" material should be near 20 minutes). The rule of thumb is 1 hour per inch of thickness.

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Heat Treating Stainless Blade Steels at Ranger Original Handcrafted Knives

Special Thanks to Rob Ridley of Ranger Original for this Information

We have had a number of people ask us for our “secrets” about heat treating knife blades. While we appreciate the compliment, there really are no

secrets – and what works for us may not be your favored solutions. Here are our recipes. You may copy them, publish them or use them as you please. We

have drawn from various sources, including Crucible data sheets, other steel suppliers and postings on Blade Forums as well as a good dose of personal

experience.

All of our stainless blades get double wrapped in high temperature, 309SS foil envelopes – with double folded seams pressed down firmly. Always put

them in the envelope the same way – so you can put them in spine down and pull them out by the handle, instead of the tip. We use brown paper (no

idea why brown – just what we use) in pieces about 2 x 2 inches. 2 pieces for an average hunter and four for a big bowie. The trick is to use enough paper

to eat up the Oxygen in the envelope – without blowing up the envelope like a balloon.

154CM, CPM154, ATS34

All three of these, heat treat the same. After a full speed ramp up to temperature, they soak 45 minutes to an hour in the Evenheat Oven at 1950F

degrees. Then they get placed – still in the foil – spine down – then flat - on a 1” aluminum plate. The second aluminum plate is placed on top and pressure

is applied. We used to use weights for the pressure, but now we use clamps. You are looking for good firm contact. If you are thinking hydraulics you are

thinking WAY too much pressure. After 2 minutes (or less) they will be hand cool, and ready to remove from the foil for cryogenics. They don’t have to go

straight into cryo, but aim for something less than an hour from plate quenching. We use liquid nitrogen for cryo but dry ice in acetone will also do. The

household freezer is no use at all. They probably only need a couple hours in cryo, but we leave them overnight.

The next morning, they will be in the range of RHC63+. After warming to room temperature, they get tempered. We temper twice at 500F degrees for two

hours each time – to get about RHC61. You can experiment for other hardness's but 61 is a very good target for these steels.

CPMS30V

Same wrap – same temperature (1950F) - same soak time – same plate quench – same cryo as 154CM above. This steel gets double tempered at 400F

degree for about RHC60

440C

Same wrap – Harden at 1900F degrees and only about 15 minutes at temperature – then plate quench and cryo as above. Hardness out of cryo will be

about 61. Temper (twice for 2 hours) at 275F for RHC60 – 325F for RHC59 – and 375F for an excellent RHC57-58.

Q1: Does Cryo really make a difference.

Questions and Answers provided by Rob Ridley of Ranger Original

A1: Yes! It increases initial hardness between 1.5 to 2 points and even though you may temper back to softer levels, the steel has been more completely

transformed to a tough and desirable state.

Q2: Why do you leave blades in the foil to plate quench them.

A2: The really hot blades never see oxygen this way. That means no scale and very little oxide. Air quenching the old way meant going back to the grinder

to clean up the mess. Blades done our way can be cleaned up with just a buffer.

Q3: Why do you remove the blades from the envelope before cryo?

A3: Experience! We like hanging the blades from a coat hanger in the cryo tank. Handle pin holes make that easier. We also found that when a tight foil

bag full of liquid nitrogen, hits the warm summer air, bad things can happen. The low tempering temperatures won’t cause you any scale or oxide

problems anyway.

Q4: Can I use my freezer for cryo?

A4: No. It isn’t nearly cold enough to do any good at all. Dry Ice or Liquid Nitrogen work equally well. Dry ice is easier to handle but only lasts a day or

so. Liquid nitrogen in a good dewar will last a month or more depending on use.

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Q5: I heard ATS34 etc can be tempered at a high or low range. Is this true?

Questions and Answers provided by Rob Ridley of Ranger Original - continued

A5: Sort of – but the high range gives you reduced toughness and corrosion resistance. It should be avoided.

Q6: Are there other ways to heat treat these steels?

A6: Heck yes! Air quenching, Oil quenching, Salt baths, Vacuum furnaces…. But you’ll have to ask someone else about them. I haven’t seen anything that

gives more satisfactory results that the way we use now.

Q7: Aluminum is expensive! Can I plate quench between thick steel plates.

A7: Yes – less desirable because it absorbs heat slower – but workable.

Q8: How do I know if it hardened and tempered properly.

A8: The correct answer is to use a Rockwell C scale tester and then to do performance testing on your blades. Some claim they can tell hardness pretty

close by the way a file skates over the steel. I can’t. We test every blade through here and write the hardness on the blade before shipping it out. Having

said that, we are rarely out by more than 1 Rockwell point from where we aimed.

Q9: 321SS foil is much cheaper. Can I use it instead of the 309SS?

A9: Depending on who you talk to, the 321 is rated to something between 1800 - 2000 degrees. The risk is that the 321 will either fail, allowing air in, or

stick to the blade inside. In practice, we have used it successfully with our own blades without problem. We have seen 321SS stuck to a blade heat treated

elsewhere. Because we treat other maker’s blades, we choose to use only 309SS foil. Experiment at your own risk.

Q10: Does it matter where in the oven I place the blade?

A10: Yes. Temperature inside an oven can vary and generally is only measured at one point – where the thermocouple is located. For consistent results,

you should keep your blades in a more or less consistent place in the chamber. Hint; Avoid getting closer to heating coils than necessary.

Q11: How do I know if my oven is accurate for temperature?

A11: Some will tell you that you can test temperature with ceramic firing cones. We disagree. Cones do not measure temperature. They measure heat

work – a combination of time and temperature. Orton makes a product called TempChek which is better but still requires a rather complex cycle for a

good result. An electronic probe and thermocouple is the best way to check, though can be expensive. Of course, unless you can calibrate the probe, you

still don’t really know do you? Note: Rob really nailed the question of using a pyrometric cone for temperature measurement. It's apples and oranges. Save

the pyrometric cones for the potters.

Q12: How far can a blade be finished before heat treat?

A12: Many of our customers finish to 800 grit before heat treat. We ask makers to leave us 20 thou at the edge and point – essentially a finished blade

that has not been sharpened. Although we have not had any stress fractures, it is also a good idea to avoid sharp corners where possible and to deburr

pinholes and other irregularities.

Safety

Heat treating has obvious hazards. Please wear safety glasses or face shield and decent gloves. The day will come when you drop a hot blade. Make sure

the floor around your oven is free from combustibles and please resist the urge to catch the falling blade.

Email [email protected] with questions.

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Oven Trouble Shooting

Listed below are some of the more probable oven problems you’ll encounter along with their most common cause and repair advice. Please feel free to

contact Evenheat for assistance when dealing with these and other potential oven problems.

No Display

Check to see that the oven is actually plugged in. It happens! Also check the circuit protection (breakers or fuses) to see that they are not tripped or open.

Breakers and fuses don’t trip or open for no reason. They indicate a fault which should be investigated by licensed personnel. See below.

Oven Won’t Reach Temperature

A low voltage will certainly slow an oven down and, if the drop is low enough, it may cause failure to reach temperature. Low voltage is generally

associated with your power service or provider and is rarely a fault in the oven.

A failed element reduces the heat produced. Failed elements tend to be very visual and are easily seen. With the oven off (not running and unplugged)

have a look at the elements for any breaks. If you see no breaks in the heating element then suspect a relay problem.

A failed relay (fails to close) reduces the heat produced. While a relay failure acts like an element failure, a relay is not visible. If the heating elements

appear to be intact replace the relay.

Oven won’t stop firing (won’t shut off)

Most likely a failed relay (failed closed). A failed relay may cause the oven temperature to increase when it should be decreasing. Depending upon your

particular oven model you may see up to 2 relays used in its design. Identifying the failed relay is fairly simple as the element connected to it will remain

on. Unplug the oven and remove the oven control panel. Simply follow the element leads to the relay to identify it. Relays are maintenance items and we

recommend replacing all of them when needing to replace one.

Check your program.

tC/Fail is Displayed

The thermocouple (temperature sensor) circuit is faulty. The thermocouple circuit is broken at some point, usually the thermocouple itself. The

thermocouple circuit consists of the thermocouple, any connecting blocks and the thermocouple lead wire connecting to the Set-Pro.

Circuit Protection Opens (“Blown” Breaker or Fuse)

Circuit protection can open for various reasons. The BIG TWO are a short circuit and overheating. We’ll look at each separately.

Short circuits occur when line voltage finds it’s way to another line or ground. They are usually violent occurrences with lots of noise, flashes of light and

maybe a bit of smoke! During a short circuit the amperage goes very high. This increase in amperage exceeds your breaker/fuse rating which causes them

to open (“blow”). That’s exactly why they’re there. Short circuits generally happen immediately upon plugging the oven in or running the firing. They

generally do NOT happen after the oven has been on for some time.

Overheating of the breakers/fuses can cause them to open (“blow”). Overheating needs time to happen. If the oven is running fine for a while and then

the breakers or the fuses open we can be fairly confident that the problem is overheating and not a short circuit. Overheating reduces the amount of

amperage a breaker/fuse will allow to pass before it opens. Overheating is caused by many factors, the most common are: loose wire connections at the

breakers/fuses, the size of the wire “feeding” the oven is too small, the electrical receptacle is faulty or breaker/fuse is faulty.

Reasons for a Failed Heating Element

Heat Treat oven elements rarely fail on their own. When they do fail it’s usually from contamination. If you do have an element failure, double check the

groove at the point of failure. Remove power form the oven and attempt to remove any debris from the groove with a sharp tool. Not doing so may allow

the debris to destroy the replacement element.

Reasons for a Failed Relay

Relays are the switches that turn the heating elements on and off. They are moving parts and they’re working all the time. Long, slow heat treat processes

make the relays work more which shortens their overall lifespan. Relay replacement is expected at some point.

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Tutorial - Using the Set-Pro controller example

Looking at the table, Uroboros tells us to ramp up at 250°F/hr to 1000°F and soak (hold) for 30 minutes. Note that Uroboros has separated the "Ramp up" operation (250°F/hr to 1000°F) from the "Presoak" (30 minutes) operation. We assume they have done this to offer clarity. For our purposes, we combine the two into one operation.

Segment 1 Firing Information:
Rate = 250
Temperature = 1000
Hold = 30


We are then instructed to ramp up at 250°F/hr to 1450°F and soak (hold) for 45 minutes. This is where the actual fusing process takes place. We have chosen Option 1 from their data which gives us a slower approach to temperature. Uroboros also gives us a +/- sign at our soak time. Hmmm? This means it may be more or less than 45 minutes. Don't fret. The Set-Pro allows you to "bail-out" early or add more time if needed.

Segment 2 Firing Information:
Rate = 250
Temperature = 1450
Hold = 45


Once fusing is accomplished, Uroboros tells us to go "as fast as possible" down to 1000°F and soak (hold) for 60 minutes. This gets us going towards our annealing portion of the firing. Annealing is important as it relieves stresses that could cause the glass to break. The Set-Pro offers a setting called "FULL" which means "as fast as possible". Let's use this.

Segment 3 Firing Information:
Rate = FULL
Temperature = 1000
Hold = 60


It's time to anneal. Uroboros tells us to ramp down at 60°F/hr to 800°F with 0 minutes soak (hold) time. This is the actual annealing portion of the firing.

Segment 4 Firing Information:
Rate = 60
Temperature = 800
Hold = 0


From here, Uroboros instructs us to control the cooling even further. Annealing is completed, but we're being cautious. They offer a ramp down at 120°F/hr to 600°F with 0 soak (hold).

Segment 5 Firing Information:
Rate = 120
Temperature = 600
Hold = 0


Uroboros continues to want to control the cooling down to something just short of room temperature. For some, this may be overkill, particularly with a brick kiln (brick kilns cool slowly anyway). But, if that's what they want, that's what we're going to do. Uroboros has chosen a temperature of 100°F. We suggest something a little higher. It's possible that room temperature may be over 100°F in some locations (Arizona comes to mind) which means the temperature will never get there. Let's use 200°F instead. So, ramp down at 200°F/hr to 200°F and 0 soak (hold).

Segment 6 Firing Information:
Rate = 200
Temperature = 200
Hold = 0


You have now developed your firing program based on Uroboros firing information. Let's program the Set-Pro!!


Programming the Set-Pro
1. Be sure your kiln is plugged in. Throw the power switch located on the red control panel to on. The display will illuminate and read "ErrP". Press the Enter key one time and the display will read kiln temperature along with "Idle". This is telling us that we're not firing and the control is simply waiting.
2. Press the Enter Key one time. The display will read USrX (X being the number 1, 2, 3 or 4). The Set-Pro allows you to program and store up to 4 separate programs. At this point, it's asking you which of the 4 programs you want to use. For this example let's use 1. Use the up and down arrows to choose 1.
3. Press the Enter key one time. "SEG" along with a number
(1 through 8) will appear. The Set-Pro wants to know how many firing segments you wish to use. As we have found out, our sample program requires us to use 6 segments. Use the up and down arrows to choose 6.
4. Press the Enter key one time. "rA 1" appears in the display. This is asking for the rate or speed of temperature change needed in segment 1. From the firing information developed above we see a rate for our first segment is 250°F/hr (the Set-Pro always programs rate in degrees per hour). Use the arrow keys to make the display read 250.
5. Press the Enter key one time. "°F 1" appears in the display. This is asking for the temperature we want to go to in segment 1. Our firing information tells us we want to get to 1000° in segment 1. Use the arrow keys to make the display read 1000.
6. Press the Enter key one time. "HLd1" appears in the display. This is asking us how long we want to soak or hold at 1000°F in segment 1. Our firing information shows that we don't want to soak at all (0 minutes). Use the arrow keys to make the display read 00.00.
7. Press the Enter key. "rA 2" appears in the display. Since we have completed putting in the firing information for segment 1 the Set-Pro is now asking us to program the firing information for segment 2.
These programming steps repeat for all remaining segments. You will be asked the same 3 questions (rate, temperature, soak/hold) over and over again until all remaining segments are programmed. It's just that easy.
8. When you have completed programming all the remaining segments the Set-Pro will display "Redi". This means you're ready to fire. Simply press the Start/Stop key one time to begin the firing.
The Set-Pro offers a range of "On-the-Fly" features that allow you to add time to a soak/hold, add temperature or skip ahead during the firing process. These features add a great measure of flexibility and come in handy as you develop your firing experience. You will find detailed explanations of these, as well as other fun and interesting stuff, in your users manual or you may view them via our Manuals page by choosing the Set-Pro manual.
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Welcome to the Set-Pro, our easy to use 3 button temperature control.

The Set-Pro with Express Mode allows you to program your glass firings using your glass COE, firing style and firing speed. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s accurate. For more advanced firing, the Set-Pro also allows you to define all the firing details using the Custom Mode. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned veteran the Set-Pro with Express Mode has you covered with features and reliable operation.

“On-the-Fly” features allow you to add time and temperature to your holds along with a skip ahead feature.

The Set-Pro with Express Mode is standard equipment on the Studio Pro STP, Studio Pro 14, Fishbone, Kingpin 88, TGK GT 4050, Hot Shot and all Knife Ovens. It’s also available as an option on most Rampmaster equipped Glass Kilns and Rampmaster II equipped Ceramic Kilns.

Express Mode Programming

The Express Mode is designed to offer quick and easy programming for a variety of materials including Glass, Metal Clay and Ceramic.

Glass Express programming asks for your glass COE (90, 96 or 82), desired firing style (slump, tack fuse, full fuse or cast) and firing speed (fast, medium, slow and extra slow). It’s easy and it’s accurate while allowing you to fire glass from many manufacturers.

Metal Clay Express programming asks for your metal clay brand (Art Clay or PMC) and metal clay type. Programs use factory developed firing data for consistent and reliable results.

Ceramic Express programming asks for your desired cone number (022 thru 10) and firing speed. No cones needed as all firing is done automatically.

Custom Mode Programming

The Custom Mode allows you to control the rate of temperature change, final temperature and any desired temperature hold time up to 8 times per use or firing.

The Set-Pro also allows you to store up to 4 separate firing programs. This means you can keep your favorite programs in place and use them when needed. No need to re-program, just pick your firing and go.

On-the-Fly Time and Temperature Adjustments

During a firing it is often necessary to extend a soak/hold period or add more temperature to get the perfect result. With the Set-Pro you can add more time to a soak in 5 minute increments or add more temperature in 5° increments. All while firing. There’s no need to shut down and re-program. This is a very cool feature that adds extra flexibility right when you need it.

On-the-Fly Skip Ahead

For those times when “enough is enough” the Set-Pro allows you to skip or move ahead to the next firing segment. Very useful when your satisfied with the current results and need skip ahead. Great for getting to the anneal quickly!!

On-the-Fly View Segment Feature

It’s always nice to what the controller is doing during a firing. Our View Segment feature tells you which segment you’re currently firing and whether your ramping or soaking. Excellent, need to know info with the press of a key.

Review Feature

The Set-Pro includes a Review key that allows you to double check your program before actually firing.

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