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Robotic Ceramic Paste Extrusion for Industrial Prototyping and Production (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Huson, D. (2019). Robotic Ceramic Paste Extrusion for Industrial Prototyping and Production. https://doi.org/10.2352/ISSN.2169-4451.2019.35.38

Ceramic additive layer manufacture employs a range of different technologies including ceramic paste extrusion, powder/ binder jet and UV and daylight cure ceramic loaded resins. Each of these technologies has its own set of advantages and disadvanta... Read More about Robotic Ceramic Paste Extrusion for Industrial Prototyping and Production.

3D printed ceramics: Current challenges and future potential (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Huson, D., & Vaughan, K. (2016, September). 3D printed ceramics: Current challenges and future potential. Paper presented at Printing for Fabrication 2016 (NIP32)

Conference paper given at the 32nd International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies (NIP). Materials and processes for additive layer manufacture have advanced considerably in the last few years and have moved the application of the techn... Read More about 3D printed ceramics: Current challenges and future potential.

3D printed self-glazing ceramics: Process and materials development (2015)
Journal Article
Huson, D., & Vaughan, K. (2015). 3D printed self-glazing ceramics: Process and materials development

David Huson and Katie Vaughan and colleagues at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England are continuing their research into the 3D printing of ceramic bodies by investigating the possibilities of using techniques de... Read More about 3D printed self-glazing ceramics: Process and materials development.

Further developments in the 3D printing of self-glazing single fire ceramic materials (2014)
Journal Article
Huson, D., & Vaughan, K. (2014). Further developments in the 3D printing of self-glazing single fire ceramic materials

David Huson and Katie Vaughan at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England are continuing their research into the 3D printing of ceramic bodies by investigating the possibilities of using techniques developed by the... Read More about Further developments in the 3D printing of self-glazing single fire ceramic materials.

Underglaze tissue printing for ceramic artists, a collaborative project to re-appraise 19th century printing skills (2014)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., & Hoskins, S. (2014). Underglaze tissue printing for ceramic artists, a collaborative project to re-appraise 19th century printing skills. In Key Engineering Materials, 335-340. Scientific.net

Under-glaze tissue ceramic transfer printing first developed circa 1850 and involved engraved or etched copper plates, from which tissue was printed with cobalt blue oxides. Under-glaze tissue has a very distinctive, subtle quality – it is an integra... Read More about Underglaze tissue printing for ceramic artists, a collaborative project to re-appraise 19th century printing skills.

3D printed ceramics for tableware, artists/designers and specialist applications (2014)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., & Hoskins, S. (2014). 3D printed ceramics for tableware, artists/designers and specialist applications. In T. Wohlbier (Ed.), Key Engineering Materials, 351-357. Trans Tech Publications

The Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England has over five year’s experience in the 3D printing of ceramic materials. The first project undertaken was to investigate the use of 3D technologies for artists and resulted... Read More about 3D printed ceramics for tableware, artists/designers and specialist applications.

Beyond Blue (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S., Huson, D., Halfpenny, P., Baskeyfield, J., Hodes, C., Scott, P., …Orr, C. (2014, January). Beyond Blue. Presented at Beyond Blue Symposium

This symposium led by Professor Stephen Hoskins and David Huson brought together leading academic researchers, industry experts and artists to discuss underglaze tissue ceramic printing.

3D printing of self-glazing ceramics: An investigation into Egyptian faience (2014)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., & Hoskins, S. (2014). 3D printing of self-glazing ceramics: An investigation into Egyptian faience. In E. Shemilt, A. Watson, & P. L. Harrison (Eds.), Borders and Crossings: The Artist as Explorer, 134-137. Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee

The Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England has recently been awarded funding from the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council for a three year research project entitled “Can Egyptian Paste Techniques (Faience) be used... Read More about 3D printing of self-glazing ceramics: An investigation into Egyptian faience.

‘A very English process’ Underglaze tissue printing for ceramics - a collaboration to retain 19th century printing skills in a commercial environment (2014)
Book Chapter
Hoskins, S., & Huson, D. (2014). ‘A very English process’ Underglaze tissue printing for ceramics - a collaboration to retain 19th century printing skills in a commercial environment. In P. L. Harrison, E. Shemilt, & A. Watson (Eds.), Borders and Crossings: The Artist as Explorer, 122-127. Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee

The standard text ‘Penny Plain and Twopence coloured’ regarding Blue and White underglaze ceramic transfer printing begins: ‘Transfer printing is a particularly English form of ceramic decoration’ (Halfpenny, Pat. 1994). Underglaze tissue ceramic tr... Read More about ‘A very English process’ Underglaze tissue printing for ceramics - a collaboration to retain 19th century printing skills in a commercial environment.

Comparing terracotta and earthenware for multiple functionalities in microbial fuel cells (2013)
Journal Article
Winfield, J., Greenman, J., Huson, D., & Ieropoulos, I. (2013). Comparing terracotta and earthenware for multiple functionalities in microbial fuel cells. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, 36(12), 1913-1921. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00449-013-0967-6

The properties of earthenware and terracotta were investigated in terms of structural integrity and ion conductivity, in two microbial fuel cell (MFC) designs. Parameters such as wall thickness (4, 8, 18 mm), porosity and cathode hydration were analy... Read More about Comparing terracotta and earthenware for multiple functionalities in microbial fuel cells.

Three-dimensional printed ceramics for concept modelling and bespoke production (2013)
Journal Article
Huson, D. (2013). Three-dimensional printed ceramics for concept modelling and bespoke production. Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, 57(4), 40401-40401

Many ceramic manufacturing companies use 3D CAD software and 3D printing technologies to produce design concept models for evaluation, although the value to the design process is limited due to the type of materials that can be printed, conventional... Read More about Three-dimensional printed ceramics for concept modelling and bespoke production.

3D printing of self-glazing ceramic materials: An investigation inspired by ancient Egyptian technology (2013)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2013). 3D printing of self-glazing ceramic materials: An investigation inspired by ancient Egyptian technology. In B. Lozo, & F. Masahiko (Eds.), NIP29 29th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies Digital Fabrication 2013 Technical Program and Proceedings, 14-17. Society for Imaging Science and Technology

The inspiration and background research for this project is based upon Egyptian Faience because there is an interesting and coincidental synergy between the material properties of ancient Egyptian Faience and the material requirement for the successf... Read More about 3D printing of self-glazing ceramic materials: An investigation inspired by ancient Egyptian technology.

The sensorial dimensions of clay: A dialogue between the science and practice of making in clay (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Huson, D., & Budden, S. (2012, March). The sensorial dimensions of clay: A dialogue between the science and practice of making in clay. Paper presented at The Poetics and Physics of Clay: Diverse Approaches to Materiality

Clay is a material that has been used by mankind for almost 20,000 years to make objects ranging from small figurative or utilitarian pots, figurines, bricks, pipes and loomweights to large architectural structures such as the Sankore Mosque in Timbu... Read More about The sensorial dimensions of clay: A dialogue between the science and practice of making in clay.

Towards a new ceramic future (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S., Huson, D., & Walters, P. (2012, January). Towards a new ceramic future. Presented at Towards a New Ceramic Future

This symposium brought together leading experts in the field of 3D printed ceramics to disseminate recent research findings, share knowledge, and to discuss scope for future developments. The event presented results of the AHRC funded project Solid F... Read More about Towards a new ceramic future.

3D printing of transparent glass (2012)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., Parraman, C., Klein, S., Simske, S., Walters, P., Adams, G., & Hoskins, S. (2012). 3D printing of transparent glass. In P. Benning, S. Silence, S. Simske, & W. Zapka (Eds.), NIP28/Digital Fabrication 2012 Technical Programme and Proceedings, 336-337. IS&T: The Society for Imaging and Technology

Peer reviewed conference paper given at Digital Fabrication 2012/NIP28, 28th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, 3D Printing panel. Traditional assembly line manufacturing is speculative, costly and environmentally unsustainabl... Read More about 3D printing of transparent glass.

Solid free-form fabrication of ceramics as a design aid for concept modelling (2012)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2012). Solid free-form fabrication of ceramics as a design aid for concept modelling. In P. Benning, S. Silence, S. Simske, & W. Zapka (Eds.), NIP28/Digital Fabrication 2012 Technical Program and Proceedings, 332-335. IS&T The Society for Imaging Science and Technology

Peer reviewed conference paper given at Digital Fabrication 2012/NIP28, 28th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, 3D Printing panel. David Huson and colleagues at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West... Read More about Solid free-form fabrication of ceramics as a design aid for concept modelling.

3D printing of self-glazing ceramics: An investigation into Egyptian Faience (2012)
Book Chapter
Hoskins, S., & Huson, D. (2012). 3D printing of self-glazing ceramics: An investigation into Egyptian Faience. In P. Benning, S. Silence, S. Simske, & W. Zapka (Eds.), NIP 28/Digital Fabrication 2012 Technical Program and Proceedings, 341-343. IS&T: The Society for Imaging Science and Technology

Peer reviewed paper given at Digital Fabrication 2012/NIP 28 28th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies. Stephen Hoskins and David Huson at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England are continui... Read More about 3D printing of self-glazing ceramics: An investigation into Egyptian Faience.

Patent for 3D ceramic material (2011)
Patent
Hoskins, S., & Huson, D. (2011). Patent for 3D ceramic material. PCT/GB2011/051069

Based on a broad programme of research undertaken by Professor Stephen Hoskins and Mr David Huson, which led to the award of several AHRC-funded research projects ('The Fabrication of Three Dimensional Art and Craft Artefacts through Virtual Digital... Read More about Patent for 3D ceramic material.

The digital physical artefact: A case study for digital engagement in the creative industries (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Hoskins, S., & Huson, D. (2011, November). The digital physical artefact: A case study for digital engagement in the creative industries. Poster presented at Digital Engagement 2011 (the Digital Economy All Hands Meeting)

For the last five years the research team at the Centre for Fine Print Research have concentrated on the interface between creative design and mass market technologies. The research developed from a three-year AHRC project ‘The Fabrication of Art and... Read More about The digital physical artefact: A case study for digital engagement in the creative industries.

3D printing in colour: technical evaluation and creative applications (2011)
Book Chapter
Walters, P., Huson, D., Parraman, C., & Stanić, M. (2011). 3D printing in colour: technical evaluation and creative applications. In S. Hoskins (Ed.), Impact 6 Proceedings, 31-39. Impact Press, University of the West of England

In this paper we report on an ongoing interdisciplinary investigation into the capabilities of colour 3D printing technologies, and present examples of the application of these technologies within art and design practice. The paper demonstrates that... Read More about 3D printing in colour: technical evaluation and creative applications.


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