Ceramic Processing

Sarai HueNñez
Mind Map by Sarai HueNñez, updated more than 1 year ago
Sarai HueNñez
Created by Sarai HueNñez almost 5 years ago
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Mind Map on Ceramic Processing, created by Sarai HueNñez on 03/31/2015.

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Ceramic Processing
1 Casting
1.1 Involves using slip. It can also take various forms, such as high-pressure casting or traditional slip-casting.
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2 Coiling
2.1 A simper and traditional hand-worked method of making large containers, using coils of clay would around to gradually build up the shape.
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3 Extrusion
3.1 The process is based around a plastic clay mixture being forced through a die.
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3.1.1.1 This is and ideal process for products and components of the same cress-sectional shape.
3.1.1.2 Typical extruded products include bricks, pipes and electrical conduits.
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5 Firing
5.1 All ceramic products need to be fired or sintered in order to be useable.
5.1.1 The conditions and firing temperature required depend on the material.
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5.1.2 Some pieces need several firings, beginning whit a biscuit-firing and ending whit a firing for the glaze.
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13 Acid etching
13.1 The model is created in a transfer and soaked. Once the transfer is applied to the tile, which is immersed in acid, the area covered is not attacked by the acid to produce the sallow bleeding.
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16 Drying
16.1 The presence of excessive moisture during firing results in a damaged final piece once a ceramic product has been made using a wet material, it can be fired.
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16.1.2.1 The process must be slow as rapid water evaporation will cause cracking and uneven movement, which leads to warping.
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