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A chopped ZrO2 fiber (ZrO2 (f)) reinforced CaO-based integral ceramic mold was successfully fabricated by stereolithography (SLA) and tert-butyl alcohol (TBA)-based gel-casting, and the effect of chopped ZrO2 (f) content on properties of the ceramic mold was investigated. The results show that the ZrO2 (f) content had a significant effect on the viscosity of CaO-based ceramic slurry, which directly affects the filling ability of the ceramic slurry in complex structures of the integral mold. Thedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-80172/v1 fatcat:u7hnqs6ofnd6ve3zhotgvhf42a