Tagged with " 3D Food Printer"

Husband and wife create superfood „3D printer“ to get their kids to eat their vegetables

Even though ‚maker-chefs‘ have been able to 3D print their own food affordably for a few years now, the majority of ‚filaments‘ that have been available are usually dessert-based or otherwise high in sugar.

A new Israeli startup wants to change all of that (for their kids) and not just with regular food, but superfood.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

GreenOnyx – A Fresh Story

(Quelle: Youtube)

3D Systems to Showcase 3D Printed Lifestyle at International CES 2015

– CEO, Avi Reichental and CCO, will.i.am to host the #HomeOfTheNOW, Highlighting impact of 3D printing for the “day in the life” of a consumer
– New products and applications to be demonstrated, as well as first professional grade 3D food printer; First sub-$1000 consumer 3D printer;

ROCK HILL, SC, Dec. 18, 2014 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it plans to showcase its entire consumer and prosumer 3D printing capabilities at the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 6-9, 2015, at the Sands Expo, booth 72225. The company will announce new hardware and software developments in desktop full-color 3D printing, 3D printing food, and software for design and gaming. From clothes to wearables to desserts and even virtual gaming, 3DS invites show attendees to experience how 3D printing has the power to impact everyday life.
(…weiter auf 3dsystems.com)

Hershey Unveils 3-D Chocolate Candy Printing Exhibit in Partnership with 3D Systems

After partnering with 3D Systems almost a year ago, Hershey has finally unveiled its first steps into the world of food 3D printing. Today, the confectioner debuted its 3-D Chocolate Candy Printing exhibit at Hershey’s Chocolate World Attraction, where visitors of the Hershey factory will be able to interact with their scientists and the chocolate printing technology.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Converting a 3Drag into a Chocolate 3D Printer

Browsing 3Digital Cooks, I came across a post about Open Electronics’ method for modifying a RepRap 3D printer, specifically a 3Drag, to 3D print in chocolate. Sure, there are other printers out there that can 3D print in chocolate, even a few entirely devoted to the delicious practice, but Open Electronics modifies some of these methods for more reliable chocolate printing.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3Drag: the 3D printer for chocolate and food

Choco 3Drag for printing of three-dimensional shapes with chocolate
(Quelle: Youtube)

RIG Puts Robots in Gastronomy, Ice Cream in 3D Printing

If you’re interested in food 3D printing, 3Digital Cooks (3DC) is a great resource. Run by digital cook Luis Rodriguez Alcalde, the site is always up-to-date on the latest in food printing technology. Perusing 3DC, I came across Robots in Gastronomy (RIG), a Spanish company that 3DC has been aware of for some time. RIG has been working to develop their own food printer for at least two years and has come up with some innovative techniques in the process.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3D Printed Banana Treats Attempt to Reconfigure the Smoothie

Bananas have been referred to as “the perfect food.” Not only are they rich in nutrients but, in terms of form, they exemplify the perfect self-contained packaging and delivery systems. Who doesn’t enjoy peeling a banana and admiring its ingenious design? Not content to leave well enough alone, 3DigitalCooks, a website devoted to making and reporting “digital gastronomy news” has conceived of a new way to approach the banana.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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