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Because there are variables beyond my control (clays, papers, water, mixing errors and etc) always pre test fire what you have before a big project. No guarantee can be offered that 'alternative" commercial paperclays now on the market will meet the all the performance advantages of my high performance trademark P'Clay® brand only available from licensed manufacturers/distributors.

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Ongoing R&D Need for Refinement of Sustainable Materials

Applications Beyond Art

Low cost medicines can be extracted from nano-porous compounds of paperclay ceramic. Design advantage saves money and time in production. Learn More.

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Research Short List for Academic Paperclay Related Areas

Dr. Rosette Gault is currently affiliated with CarCUOS at National Centre for Glass and Ceramics at University of Sunderland in UK.

Gault's Ph.D thesis Innovation in Paperclay Ceramic Arts is now available as a digital PDF. Email for download info.

Sustainable Materials Research

Gault (1991-1993, Porous Paperclay in Developing Regions 2011,2012); KIm (2004, book: 2006, 2011), pulp mill sludge reclaim and engineering applications: Ochola and Moo Young (1997), Find other research topics beyond the field of art at incubator research site: David Binns work with group at Sustainable Materials Research Centre in UK

Research and Materials Analysis of Paperclay:

Carter (Materials Science textbook: 2007, 2012); Gault (1991, 1992-to present) Gault and Kingery displacement scale and micrographs (1992); Gault: US Patent 5,726,111 Paperclay A Process (1998); Gault (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2003); Juvonen (1995); KIm (2004, 2006 book, 2011 book); Marsh (1995); Ocholo and Moo-Young (1997) Plater (2005); Soong and Ling, (1995).

Mixed Media composites with paperclays:

Paperclay and Metals: Goss (1992), Mau (1997); Aldibrand (2003), Acott (2005); Chen (2009)

Synthetic Fibers Mixed with Paperclay: Harrison (1998); Kingston and Carlin- “kerriflex” (2007)

Paperclay with Cement, (Baker combinations of paperclay and spray cement letter to Gault 2011), Hvasbo (letter to Gault 2011 about her research in progress inspired by Bache research 2010), Paperpulp added to with Gypsum and Plaster: Golley (2009)

CAD-CAM Rapid Prototyping Industrial Design Adaptations (for Artists and Designers) Research contacts

Del Harrow: teaches Digital Fabrication and Clay at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, Brian Gillis direct milling plaster molds, contributed links to researchers in North America as follows: Del Harrow, David Celento, Dries Verbruggen (, Holly Hanessian (, Matt Kennedy see: and Bryan Czibesz.

Neil Forrest from NASCAD Halifax, Nova Scotia contributed much information and link to 3d Printing application This listing is by no means complete, but is enough to get a serious researcher on the path.