UNSW Making

Clay 3D Printers

Clay Additive Printing

3D Printing is a form of additive manufacturing where a computer controlled extruder builds a model up layer by layer by selectively depositing material.  This 3D printer prints with clay and can produce pottery.  Make sure to find out the size of the kiln you want to use before printing!


Delta Wasp 4070 Manual (PDF)

Required Badge

To gain access to this machine you must complete one of the below badges.

Ceramic 3D Printer Badge
Ceramic 3D Printer Badge image

Individual Training on the Ceramic 3D Printers

Ceramic 3D Printer Monitor Badge
Ceramic 3D Printer Monitor Badge image

Individual Training which allows students to monitor jobs on the Ceramic 3D Printers.


Suitable Materials

  • Clay


  • 3D Printing

Machine Locations

Makerspace Facility Make Model Work area Number of machines
Design Futures Lab Wet Lab Potter Bot Delta 800x600x500mm. Max 4kg of clay. 1
Design Futures Lab Wet Lab Wasp 40100 400x400x1000mm 1