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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.

3D printing and colour: A multidisciplinary investigation (2011)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., Parraman, C., & Walters, P. (2011). 3D printing and colour: A multidisciplinary investigation. In S. Hoskins (Ed.), IMPACT 6 Multidisciplinary Printmaking Conference Proceedings, 31-38. Unviersity of the West of England

We present ongoing research undertaken within the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England, which aims to investigate and exploit new 3D printing and fabrication technologies within the context of the Fine and Applied A... Read More about 3D printing and colour: A multidisciplinary investigation.

Further developments in the digital fabrication of ceramic artworks (2009)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2009). Further developments in the digital fabrication of ceramic artworks. In NIP25: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies and Digital Fabrication, 799-802. Society for Imaging Science and Technology

Presented as a conference paper in NIP25: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies and Digital Fabrication, September 2009, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. David Huson and colleagues at the Centre for Fine Print Research in the School of... Read More about Further developments in the digital fabrication of ceramic artworks.

From 2D tiles to 3D printed ceramics: A journey through digital print (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Huson, D., & Reid, B. (2009, June). From 2D tiles to 3D printed ceramics: A journey through digital print. Presented at Parallels and Connections - A Ceramics and Glass Research Student Conference and Exhibition

The Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England is involved in research into many forms of print related making - from 19C techniques to present day 3D digital technologies. This presentation aims to reveal a progression of... Read More about From 2D tiles to 3D printed ceramics: A journey through digital print.

3D printing of bespoke ceramic artworks (2008)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2008). 3D printing of bespoke ceramic artworks. In S. A. T. The Society for Imaging (Ed.), NIP24: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies and Digital Fabrication 2008, 287-290. Society for Imaging Science and Technology

David Huson and colleagues at the Centre for Fine Print Research in the Faculty of Art, Media and Design at the University of the West of England are conducting a three-year AHRC funded research project into the use of Digital Fabrication techniques... Read More about 3D printing of bespoke ceramic artworks.

Specifying colour and maintaining colour accuracy for 3D printing (2008)
Journal Article
Parraman, C., Walters, P., Huson, D., & Reid, B. (2008). Specifying colour and maintaining colour accuracy for 3D printing. Proceedings of SPIE, 6805, https://doi.org/10.1117/12.766540

Advances in rapid prototyping technologies have led to the emergence of three-dimensional printers which can fabricate physical artefacts, including the application of surface colours. In light of these developments, this paper asserts that the need... Read More about Specifying colour and maintaining colour accuracy for 3D printing.

In search of the impossible ceramic object (2007)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2007). In search of the impossible ceramic object. In IS&T International Conference on Digital Fabrication Technologies, 894-897. Society for Imaging Science and Technology

Presented as a conference paper at the IS&T International Conference on Digital Fabrication Technologies, 16-21 September 2007, Anchorage, Alaska. Developments in the area of Digital Fabrication and particularly 3D printing bring the intriguing prosp... Read More about In search of the impossible ceramic object.

Digital fabrication techniques in art/craft and designer/maker ceramics (2006)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2006). Digital fabrication techniques in art/craft and designer/maker ceramics. In Digital Fabrication 2006, 172-175. Society for Imaging Science and Technology

While the development of Rapid Prototyping and Digital Fabrication technologies has transformed the production of models and prototypes in the industrial ceramics world, the use of these techniques in Art/Craft and Designer/Maker ceramics has been mi... Read More about Digital fabrication techniques in art/craft and designer/maker ceramics.

Photo ceramic relief imaging (2005)
Book Chapter
Huson, D., Hoskins, S., & Thirkell, P. (2005). Photo ceramic relief imaging. In Digital Fabrication 2005, 39-42. Society for Imaging and Technology

The Photo Relief technique, developed at the turn of the 20th century, is one of the few methods of ceramic decoration able to reproduce a permanent fully continuous tone image on a ceramic surface by combining the use of varying glaze depths with a... Read More about Photo ceramic relief imaging.

Altered images - digital interpretations inspired by George Cartlidge's portrait tiles (2004)
Journal Article
Thirkell, P., Huson, D., & Hoskins, S. (2004). Altered images - digital interpretations inspired by George Cartlidge's portrait tiles

Article on the collaboration between the Stoke City Museum & Art Gallery and the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England to revive George Cartlidge's photographic tile process, resulting in an exhibition at the Stoke C... Read More about Altered images - digital interpretations inspired by George Cartlidge's portrait tiles.