Ceramic Printing

Ceramic printing is a multistep process whereby firstly, earthenware or stoneware is prepared for 3D printing by further hydrating the clay. Files are then prepared and sliced similar to traditional FDM printing before the printer is loaded and the job commenced. Once complete the print is left to harden over a few days before being placed in a kiln for bisque firing and later glaze firing.

To access ceramic 3d Printing at MADA, please submit a consultation form.

Ceramic Printer

Risk
Medium

Location
Caulfield
Building G 1.25

Job Submission
Process for submitting a
Ceramic printing job.

Submit a Consultation
request, providing a
relevant project description.

Submit your job (after consultation)

Allow 10 business days for completion.

Submit Consultation