Ceramic Slip Casting
This learning activity will provide an introduction to ceramic slip casting for advanced high-school and introductory college and technical school students. The exercise covers the properties of ceramics, the slip casting process, and the limitations of slip casting. The module can be completed in two 50-minute periods and is available to download in PDF file format.
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