[KwartzLab] Precious metal clay workshop at KWCGG
doug at moens.org
Mon Jan 30 16:18:52 EST 2012
A common technique for 3d printing of silver is to (a) print a wax
model, then (b) use the lost-wax casting process.
And I think this gives higher resolution output than you would get
from a clay extruder.
That's how it's done commercially, anyway.
Also, there's this:
On 30 January 2012 11:11, Karl Williams <karlw at thinkbotics.com> wrote:
> It would be cool to build a precious metal clay extruder for the 3D printer.
>> This just came up on Ideas Transform, and may be of interest:
>> > Enjoy a casual evening with refreshments and a chance to create with
>> Precious Metal Clay. Precious Metal Clay is a malleable like clay and
>> transforms under the torch to pure silver. After creating your piece,
>> witness the �magic� of a live torch firing!
>> The workshop is the evening of Feb 10 and costs $60 for two participants.
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