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Ceramic Glazing

Ceramic Glazing

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GlazingGlazing101101
Intro. 3d artIntro. 3d art
 
 
What is Glaze?What is Glaze?
Glaze is a thick liquid applied toGlaze is a thick liquid applied tobisqueware and fired.bisqueware and fired.
Glaze is composed of:Glaze is composed of:
 The The
fluxesfluxes
help the glaze to melt in the heat.help the glaze to melt in the heat.
 The The
refractoriesrefractories
that increase the viscositythat increase the viscosityand stability of the glaze, allowing it to stick toand stability of the glaze, allowing it to stick tothe ware.the ware.
 The The
glass former glass former 
, aka silica, aka silica
 
 
Why do you Glaze?Why do you Glaze?
 To add color To add color
 To waterproof  To waterproof 
Give surface decoration andGive surface decoration andtreatmenttreatment
Give a smooth surfaceGive a smooth surface

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