American Rotary is proud to announce that we are the new manufacturer for the Hot Shot 360 Oven™ and other Hot Shot Ovens to follow soon.
As many of you know, Stan at Bar Z Industrial started this brand of ovens and we are lucky enough to bring it into the American Rotary family of high-quality industrial products. As we fine-tune the kiln designs for manufacturing and engineer our soon-to-be patented “cool touch” technology into each and every unit, we want to offer the ability for you to sign-up to get the latest information and updates on this new line of kilns.
Be the first to hear the news on Hot Shot ovens.
Be the first to get a Hot Shot kiln by signing up for pre-order.
Get on the early bird list. We are excited to give you a sneak peek of the Hot Shot kiln soon.
The Hot Shot 360 Oven™ is a state-of-the-art, tabletop, all-purpose kiln that is capable of holding temperatures up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Hot Shot 360 is made for:
Heat treating materials, metal parts, knives, cylinder heads, welded joints, glass, etc.
Ceramics: curing, glazing, melting glass
Melting: melt metals for casting parts, glass for art projects
Any process that needs controlled high heat
Also, all Hot Shot kilns accept our inert gas kit
Who is the Hot Shot 360 Oven™ For?
Knifemakers, ax makers, engineers, gunsmithing, product designers, toolmakers, metallurgist, artists, manufacturers, hobbyists, students, jewelry makers, and so many more.
Features & Benefits
Advanced Electrical Capabilities. A state-of-the-art controller allows you to view and adjust the temperature of your oven making operation easy to use. The upgraded controller allows multiple ramping and holding of temperatures with free downloadable software.
Industry Leading Mechanical Design. High-quality 360 cu-in stainless steel and ceramic core construction enclosed by our exterior powder coated shell provides safe external operating temperatures Cool-Touch Technology™.
Cutting Edge Performance. High-efficiency technology allows you to reach the maximum operating temperature of 2000F/1093C in as little as 30 minutes.