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Digital clay

Michala Lipková

Digital clay3D print technology is slowly but surely becoming accessible to the masses. First experiments with the production of ceramics or porcelain by a computer-operated layering of material occurred a long time ago. It is of interest not only to producers of such printers, but to all craftsmen and designers who had experimented with their own, so to say „home-made“ printers. Today, it is easy to commission, via various internet portals, your own 3D print from such materials. It is exactly overcoming such barriers that raises a new question: What makes the digitally controlled production of ceramics and porcelain interesting? Answers could be found in the projects introduced in this article.


Further articles in the magazine Craft, Art, Design 04/2016: