Like the Original Studio Pro, the design of the Studio Pro 24 was driven by the demands of glass work. Glass work is a fairly active process. It relies heavily on visual cues, opening and closing while firing, fast action and all sorts of movement. It's a lot of fun and the Studio Pro 24 only adds to the enjoyment. It doesn't hinder, compromise or get in the way. It just works well.
The Studio Pro 24 also works very well in the more traditional firing styles such as metal clays, low fire ceramics, enamels and china painting. While not as active as glass, these types of firings do require a kiln that's properly designed and built for use. Since the Studio Pro 24 is an Evenheat design, you know you're getting that as well.
The Studio Pro 24 will fire any ware up to 1800°F (982°C).