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Michael Eden's 3D Printed Artworks


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very pretty.
#1 Kristen (Homepage) on 2010-04-20 00:55 (Reply)
Thanks Kristen,

There is some great work out there, looking forward to the next wave....


#1.1 duann scott on 2010-04-20 02:05 (Reply)
I've dabbled around in ceramincs myself, have taken classes, and own a small 1.5 cubic foot kiln. Raw potting clay uses water as a binder, which then is sculpted, dried, and fired in kiln. If greenware (dry clay) were to be ground into a fine powder, one could then use water as a binder to make 3D-printed greenware that can be fired, glazed, and refired to produce a finished ceramic piece. I'm not expert on the subject, but I see no reason the same techniques could not be applied to common potting clay or even fine porcelain. ;-)
#2 Stardust4ever on 2010-04-21 07:41 (Reply)

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