A tourist views ceramics made with a 3D printer at a ceramics 3D printing experience center in the Taoxichuan cultural creation area in Jingdezhen City, east China's Jiangxi Province, on Oct. 16, 2018. The 3D printing technology has made it easier for ceramics making, by cutting the making steps from 72 to three and the time from half a month to three hours. Jingdezhen is known as China's porcelain capital, boasting a 1,000-year history of quality pottery making. (Photos: Xinhua/Hu Chenhuan)
A staff member puts a semi-finished ceramic made with a 3D printer into the electric kiln for firing.
A girl is designs a ceramics 3D printing pattern.
A staff member prepares to dry semi-finished ceramics made with a 3D printer.
A staff member monitors a 3D printer shaping a ceramic.