slip casting

slip casting

[′slip ‚kast·iŋ]
(engineering)
A process in the manufacture of shaped refractories, cermets, and other materials in which the slip is poured into porous plaster molds.
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The two production technologies of quartz crucibles and lids are arc-fusion and slip casting. The unique properties of the fused quartz make quartz crucibles and lids better than their counterparts made of other materials.
With the advent of electric potter's wheels, slip casting and digital kilns, many Pueblo potters have changed their methods, but some collectors will not purchase or sell "machine-made" Pueblo objects.
Dedicated to defy the monotony of mechanic processing, their new collection of cups features their new innovation, Ramel: a composite material that allows regular Dubai desert sand to be castable using ceramic slip casting techniques.
He developed the 'slip wheel throwing' technique, in which the 'slip casting' technique mass-produces the same forms by pouring them into plaster molds, followed by the 'wheel throwing' technique to create circular forms by using the centrifugal force of the wheel to shape the plaster mold.
I am in the very early stages of experimentation with a piece where I will be creating some very complicated slip casting plaster molds of multiple rabbits that will be cast in porcelain and decorated to look like blue willow china.
An alternative to this press moulding was slip casting, which produced figures from liquid clay poured into the plaster of Paris mould and allowed to dry and shrink, so they could be removed whole.
In this work was designed filters be a low-cost and easily manufactured water filtration system by two techniques slip casting and pressing.
This system was developed with the integration of polymer rotary moulding into ceramic slip casting. Rotary moulding has been used for the manufacture of a wide range of hollow ceramic ware (Figure 1) by using porcelain slip[1-2].
Dan explained that he used a 'slip casting' technique for his squirrels and needed three moulds to make the components for each individual animal - before pressing on the ears.
The plates are made through the industrial process of slip casting into plaster moulds.
Working solely in porcelain and a simple colour palette of white, black and blue, she applies the industrial method of slip casting on an intimate scale.
The tiles are produced by slip casting from a handbuilt master in Stoke on Trent, UK and hand painted in Heinz's South London studio using a glaze with a high china clay content as a base; this when high fired produces a soft, matt fresco like surface, not unlike her low firing lithium glaze.