A combination of Selective Laser Sintering and colloidal infiltration has been used to create partially stabilized zirconia molds for titanium casting. The mold material system was chosen for its low reactivity with molten titanium and thermal shock resistance. The base material, stabilized zirconia mixed with a copolymer binder, was pre-processed before laser sintering into the desired green shape. The average density of the fired parts could be increased to twice that of the green density. Hole sizes as small as 180 m are possible in thin ceramic components.