A small laboratory variable speed propeller mixer


Wednesday 18th February 2009

If you are at all serious about testing glazes and clay bodies, you need one of these. There are other methods, but nothing else comes close to this. These are expensive new, this one was more than $1000. But you can get them used on ebay.com. I adapted a mount (to give it vertical adjustment) from a hardware store. Propellers are also expensive, but you can design and 3D print them yourself or have them printed at a place like shapeways.com.

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Understanding the Deflocculation Process in Slip Casting, Testing your own native clays is easier that you might think, Engobe, Slurry Mixer, Propeller Mixer, Blunging, mixing


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