casting slip

casting slip

[′kast·iŋ ‚slip]
(materials)
A slurry of clay and additives mixed in water with deflocculating agents and used for casting in molds.
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Approximately 100kg of wet casting slip to daub paper into to construct the shell.
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For this piece she dipped in casting slip gauze that her grandfather had used to treat his war-wounded leg and then she fired it.
The gray-colored casting slip tends to dominate the color.
I overcoat the plaster slab with porcelain casting slip and continue to build up the thickness to about 1/8" (.
5 gallons of water, yielding 77 pounds of casting slip which is then poured into plaster moulds.
Any casting slip should work; I use a mid-fire slip that is rather fast casting.
Once this is complete, the plaster slab is framed and liquid casting slip is poured over the image.
I went ahead with some moulds for slipcasting, then struggled to make a casting slip with the clays available.
Often it must be strengthen from the backside with casting slip and small piles or thread like pieces of throwing clay.
Meanwhile, you can apply casting slip to the cast piece where the design will be placed.