Ceramic Extruding

Ceramic Extruding

Inspiration & Technique

Book - 2001
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F+W Publishing
Use Your Ceramic Extruder or Pugmill in New and Exciting Ways

&break;&break;If you work in ceramics, you probably own a hand extruder that you use to make handles and coils. If you own a power extruder, you can extrude simple to complex forms, pug clay, and make slabs. Your extruder can be the starting point for wonderfully inventive and creative works of art. And the possibilities increase immensely when the extruder is combined with wheel throwing and hand building.

&break;&break;Extruder expert Tom and Jean Latka teach the basics of extruder use as well as how to make your own dies. The 12 step-by-step projects include napkin rings, vases, umbrella stands, wind coolers, planters, platters, sculpture, and more.

  • &break;&break;12 projects with step-by-step instructions
  • &break;&break;More than 200 color photos of works of skilled, creative artists show innovative use of extruded forms
  • &break;&break;How to make solid and hollow extrusions


Publisher: Iola, WI : Krause Publications, c2001
Description: 143 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
ISBN: 9780873419031
0873419030
Branch Call Number: 738.14 Lat
Additional Contributors: Latka, Jean

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