clay press

clay press

[′klā ‚pres]
(engineering)
A press used to remove excess water from a pottery-clay slurry.
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So what is it, I hear you cry?Well it's a bit of fired clay, or daub, from a wattle and daub screen - that is clay pressed into wicker work.
Simple dabs of clay pressed onto the sides of a vessel might appear to be human figures from an archaic language.
Although the trio of whitewashed rib-cage sections in Three Free Wishes, 2013, are Acrystal casts, they appear to be made from ceramic; one imagines the slippery feeling of wet clay pressed between one's fingers.
On top of the sand is a geosynthetic clay liner (GCL), a thin sandwich of bentonite clay pressed between two pieces of geotextile filter fabric.
They were very simple--a small ball of clay pressed flat and then textured in various ways.