We have a 3D ceramics printer in our school, but since the access to it is a bit limited, I want to know as much theoretical stuff so I can learn more from each test.
We load the clay inside the printer tube, and it's just like the clay we use for pottery (except softer for the machine) - so we let it dry and fire it like any other piece. It does not use ceramic-loaded plastic filament for burn-out and kiln sintering.
- Any tips for using the printer?
- Points to consider while building the model?
- Any good resource to learn more about it?
I don't remember the specific model, but it's a fairly simple printer, and I'm mostly looking for general tips