|Monthly Tech-Tip |
The NZK body, Polar Ice, is on the left. The Grolleg one, L3778D, is on the right. They are not the same recipe, the L3778D has been adjusted to compensate for the feldspar contained in the kaolin. Clearly, the NZK has better translucency. And it fires whiter.
Material substitutions in ceramic glaze and body recipes must consider their chemistry, mineralogy and physical properties
|Materials||New Zealand Halloysite|