Reactive glaze is a traditional ceramic dinner sets making process. The production of 16pcs grey reactive glaze dinner set requires long-term accumulation and related practical experience. During the production process, we should pay attention to the selection of raw materials, glaze formula, firing temperature and time, etc.
The following is a detailed introduction to the production process of 16pcs Grey Reactive Glaze Dinner Set:
1. Raw material preparation
Reactive glazes need to use high-quality materials such as quartz, feldspar, loess, and dolomite. There are a series of processes such as grinding and stirring to obtain glazes that meet the requirements. When making reactive glazes, it is necessary to prepare a certain proportion of pigments to make various colored glazes.
2. Make mold base
This is the basis for making ceramic products. The body of the reactive glaze needs to be made of high-quality clay that has been carefully selected and screened. Stirring, pressing and other processes. When making, it is necessary to pay attention to controlling the water content, pressure, temperature and other factors to make sure the billet quality meets the requirements.
Molding is an important step in the production of ceramic products. There are many ways to form reactive glaze dinner sets, such as rolling, slip casting, etc. When forming, the workers need to control the speed and strength to ensure that the shape and size of the ceramic parts meet the requirements.
Drying the shaped ceramic products is necessary before firing. Pay attention to control the temperature and humidity when drying. Do not act too hastily, or the product may break or become damaged.
The 16pcs grey reactive glaze dinner set is generally glazed twice, bottom glaze and top glaze. At normal temperature, left the green body to stand. And then glazed it after the green body is dry. The production is first dipped or sprayed with the bottom glaze, and then sprayed with the top glaze.
Firing is the core process of reactive glaze, which directly affects the quality and color of ceramic products. During the firing process, multiple steps such as gradually heating up, heat preservation, oxygen production, and cooling are required to reach the preset firing temperature and time.
7. Picking and packing
Workers will select and test the fired ceramic dinner set, and confirm that qualified products will enter the packaging process. Packaging methods generally include PDQ (product display quickly) or CDU (Commercial display units), MOB (mail order box), Mail color box packing, bulk stock etc.
In conclusion, the production process of grey reactive glaze dinner set is a complex process. Making reactive glaze dinner sets requires strict quality control and exquisite workmanship art. Only by mastering every step can we produce beautiful, practical and high-quality ceramic dinner sets.