In this paper, the gel-tape-casting process was applied to manufacture multilayer green sheets of SiCw /Al2O3 composite. The influence of SiCw, ball milling time and solids loading on the rheological behaviors of SiCw/Al2O3 slurries were investigated. It was found that the slurries exhibited a shear thinning behavior. The viscosity of the slurry increased with increasing of the fraction of SiCw. A stable slurry with 40 vol.% solids loading was prepared when 20 vol.% of SiCw was added. The flexural strength of the green sheet showed a trend of increasing firstly and then decreasing with SiCw increasing. The optimal mechanical properties of 40.2 MPa for flexural strength was obtained when SiCw contents was 20 vol.%. SEM observation indicated that significant whisker alignment was present in the composite tape, which was considered as one of parameters affecting toughening process.