The key to artistic expression is the ability to turn ideas into reality. Ceramics have been used as the basis for fine arts since the beginning of time. This important heritage is now being continued and supplemented through 3D printing technology.
Ceramic 3D printing offers me the opportunity to design and create functional prototypes and one-offs. To feed the printer with suitable data, the 3D objects which I create in Rhino, are translated into tool paths by a slicing program (I use Prusa Slicer). In steadily improving my programming skills in Grasshopper, more complex sculptures will emerge soon.