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    Cerasmus+ Team
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    Partner: ICS, Hungary

    Dates of implementation: 29 July – 2 August, 2019

    Place of implementation: International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemét,

    Topic chosen (e.g. Urban environment): Tradition and Innovation

    Target group chosen (e.g. IVET): CVET

    TRADITION AND INNOVATION
    Unit 16: Prototyping Workshop – shapes, models, moulds.

    INTENSIVE MOULDMAKING

    UNIT CONTENT
    • Practice of the fundamental ceramic modeling and prototyping processes
    • Modelling in clay or plaster
    • Tools and equipment demonstration. Hand tools, forming tools, machinery.
    • Varying materials and substances used in preparation. Different plasters, hard and soft
    mixes, colouration, plaster growth, shellac etc.
    • Design of objects suitable for moulding in plaster. Demonstrate undercuts, pouring
    spare, support systems, registration holes and natches.
    • RealiSation of models in plastic materials: traditional prototypes and rapid prototyping.
    • Creation of models and molds for casting or pressmoulding. Realisation of plaster
    mould.
    • Preparation of casting slips, deflocculants etc.
    • Casting techniques in one, two and multi part moulds.
    • Casting objects, removal from moulds, drying support, fettling, finishing.
    OBJECTIVES
    • Design, create and refine castable objects from plaster moulds.
    • Recognise the different mould types and their suitability to specific design problems.
    • Problem solving skills for object casting
    • Use the tools, skills and techniques necessary for the creation of mould made objects in
    small or large scale production.

    NEMZETKÖZI KERÁMIA STÚDIÓ
    INTERNATIONAL CERAMIC STUDIO
    Kecskemét, Hungary

    COMPETENCES
    Technical skills
    • Defining the formal, functional, plastic, technical and material specifications of a given
    project or assignment.
    • Interpreting the requirements, referring both to the process and the product ordered and
    selecting the most appropriate and useful procedures for the realisation, including
    maquettes and prototypes where necessary.
    • Creating drawings, sketches and three-dimensional freehand designs.
    • Use of 3D technologies to develop and present designs
    Functional skills
    • Organising the completion of tasks in accordance with the instructions given and the
    procedures established.
    Transversal skills
    • Expressing ideas clearly, both orally and written
    • Communicating technical issues to different people and in different contexts
    • Persuading and influencing the decision making of others, using solid
    • arguments from their field of competence to achieve goals
    • Helping to create a collaborative environment to the best of their abilities
    • Identifying problems and proposing solutions to achieve optimal project
    • performance
    LEARNING OUTCOMES
    • Learning and experiencing the fundamentals basics, necessary for the execution of molds and
    models for serial production.
    • Practice and experience in studio and workshops.
    • Ability to pass from the preliminary sketch to the three-dimensional representation and to the
    prototype, through phases of verification of the heuristic path, with the right instrumental
    techniques.
    • Present ideas and designs using the most useful method.
    • Plan work to meet deadlines and objectives.

    NEMZETKÖZI KERÁMIA STÚDIÓ
    INTERNATIONAL CERAMIC STUDIO
    Kecskemét, Hungary

    METHODS
    • Studio based workshops with experts from craft companies or master ceramist.
    PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE
    It is recommended as prior knowledge
    • Have a basic knowledge of ceramic process, ceramic materials and the tools and
    techniques for basic ceramic production.
    • Know the basic methodology for the design applied to ceramic objects.
    • In the event the student has no prior knowledge, students will be provided with the
    opportunity to start in these fields with documentation and support from collaborating
    teachers.

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