In this work, a Low-Temperature Co-fired Ceramic (LTCC) photocurable suspension was optimized for top-down Digital Light Processing (DLP) machine considering the rheological and photopolymerization behavior in a visible light range. One of the main goals for the development of photocurable ceramic resins is the control of the scattering phenomena as a consequence of the particles load. In this sense, the solid content and particle size distribution was characterized regarding the critical energy dose and cured depth. The amount of dispersant was optimized for a 40%vol solid load to increase the suspension homogeneity and decrease the viscosity. The debinding and the sintering process was studied and characterized by X-Ray Image, dilatometry, SEM, XRD and DCS-TGA.