- When making ceramics, it is best to choose a glow in the dark powder with a particle size of 110 mesh.
- The luminous powder can be used as a phosphor as an ordinary colorant. According to the time in the actual production process, select a suitable oil-based printing ink, add additives and stir thoroughly (metal containers can not be used, to avoid blackening for a long time), After fully melting, use 80 mesh screen for printing. If you want high brightness and long luminous time, you can print more times. Usually, two to three times is the best.
- If it needs to be mixed with a molten block of transparent glaze, the ratio of luminous powder to the molten block of transparent glaze is generally 1: 1 or 6: 4 or 6:10. The main body can be adjusted according to the actual effect.
- The problem often encountered in burning out the finished ceramics: the occurrence of air bubbles. This problem is generally the problem of the combination of the chemical stability of the additives or lumps and the transparent glaze. The ratio can be changed, or the additives can be changed. Defoaming agents can also be added for elimination.
5. The luminous powder can be mixed with ceramic colorants
- Avoid strong friction between the luminous powder and metal objects. Otherwise, it will affect the luminous effect. Glow in the dark powder particle size is generally 160-300 mesh or 200-400 mesh.
- If the glaze settles, 2% to 4% Pengrun soil can be added to increase the suspension of the glaze slurry.
- Use a low-temperature glaze that matches the porcelain billet, and control the temperature and time. If the temperature is too high, the firing time will affect the brightness.