One of the alternative ways to fabricate shaped bodies from cementious materials would be to press the loose powder of materials (in steel dies, or isostatically) and to infiltrate them with liquids using the natural capillary forces of porous bodies [1,2].
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Majling, J., Moses, P., Perez-Pena, M. et al. A Novel Experimental Setup to Measure the Changes in Electrical Conductivity of Hydrating Cementitious Materials. MRS Online Proceedings Library 114, 285 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-114-285