Table of contents for The essential guide to mold making & slip casting / Andrew Martin.

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Introduction	00
An Overview of Mold Making and Slip Casting	00
	Designing and Making Prototypes	00
	Designing, Making, and Using Molds	00
Tools and Materials	00
	Mold-Making Materials and Supplies	00
	Mold-Making Tools and Equipment	00
	Slip-Casting Materials and Supplies	00
	Slip-Casting Tools and Equipment	00
	Safety in the Studio	00
Plaster	00
	Types of Plaster	00
	What Does Plaster Do?	00
	Calculating Plaster Amounts	00
	Mixing and Pouring Plaster	00
	Applying Mold Soap and Other Separators	00
	Storing Plaster	00
One-Piece Molds	00
	Making a Clay Prototype by Hand	00
	Using One Template to Make a Clay Prototype	00
	Using Two Templates to Make a Clay Prototype	00
	Using Three Templates to Design Footed Forms	00
	Making Cups and Saucers	00
	Using a Wheel-Thrown Ring to Make a Plaster Prototype	00
	Carving a Plaster Prototype for a One-Piece Mold	00
Multiple-Piece Molds	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds for Handles	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds for Spouts	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds for Pitchers	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds for Tiles	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds for Lidded Forms	00
	Making Molds for Hollow-Cast Feet	00
	Making Two-Piece Molds of Fruits and Vegetables	00
	Making Two-Piece, No-Model Molds	00
	Making Complex Molds	00
Master Molds	00
	The Advantages of Master Molds	00
	Making a Plaster Master Mold	00
	Making a Rubber Master Mold	00
Slip Formulation	00
	Deflocculation: The Key to Slip	00
	Types of Slip-Casting Clay Bodies	00
	Slip-Mixing Equipment	00
	Mixing Slip	00
	Specific Gravity and Viscosity	00
Casting	00
	Preparing the Slip	00
	Preparing the Molds	00
	Casting	00
	Removing Castings from Molds	00
	Handling Wet Castings	00
	Assembling Cast Parts	00
	Drying the Finished Castings	00
	Preparing the Dried Castings for Firing	00
	Firing the Castings	00
Troubleshooting	00
	Repairing a Broken Mold	00
	Repairing a Chipped Mold	00
	Remedying the "Plaster Disaster"	00
	Troubleshooting Guide	00
Artists Who Slip Cast: Essays on Form and Process	00
	Richard Notkin	00
	Tom Spleth	00
	Donna Polseno	00
	Richard Hensley	00
	Anne Krause	00
About the Author	00
Appendixes	00
Glossary	00
Contributing Artists	00
Acknowledgments	00
Index	00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pottery craft.
Pottery molds.
Slips (Ceramics).
Slip casting.