Tagged with " 3D Food Printer"
Nov 14, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Drucker

XYZPrinting Announces Two New 3D Food Printers Coming Next Year

If 2014 was the year for low priced desktop 3D printing to come of age, then 2015 may just be the year of the 3D food printer. We have seen several companies enter the space, all promising to make 3D printed food available to anyone who has a kitchen counter and the pocketbook to afford one. Earlier this year, Natural Machines launched a crowdfunding campaign in order to raise enough funds to allow for the launch of their desktop food 3D printer called the Foodini. Despite not reaching their Kickstarter goal, the company managed to bring in investors and they plan to launch their machine imminently. Since then, we have also seen numerous companies, both large and small, dabble in the space with anything from 3D printed chocolate, to 3D printed bugs, and 3D printed cookie dough.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

11 Food 3D Printers to Feed the Future

The future is a terrifying and/or wonderful place, according to most movies. What will we see? What will we do? What will we eat? Ever since the microwave taught us that not everything we eat has to come directly from nature, we’ve been inventing new ways of preparing foods and objects that Hostess tells us are food. Now that 3D printing has the world enamored, it’s natural that the technology would be used to make food and to make making food easier, or at least weirder. It’s still a very new field, but food 3D printing is super exciting stuff and could, if Star Trek is an accurate depiction of how things will be 2,000 years from now, be the technology used to prepare all of our personally tailored meals. So, let’s run down a list of eleven different food printing machines, people, and organizations that are out there in the world-o-sphere to get a glimpse at the not-too-distant future of food:
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Nov 6, 2014 - 3D-Druck News, Food Printer

„Foodini“ machine lets you print edible burgers, pizza, chocolate

Dublin (CNN) — As further proof that you can now 3D-print anything, a company called Natural Machines has introduced a 3D printer for food.

The „Foodini,“ as it’s called, isn’t too different from a regular 3D printer, but instead of printing with plastics, it deploys edible ingredients squeezed out of stainless steel capsules: „It’s the same technology,“ says Lynette Kucsma, co-founder of Natural Machines, „but with plastics there’s just one melting point, whereas with food it’s different temperatures, consistencies and textures. Also, gravity works a little bit against us, as food doesn’t hold the shape as well as plastic.“
(…weiter auf edition.cnn.com)

Print yourself a treat: how to modify a 3Drag printer to print chocolate

3D Printing actually edible, affordable and long-last lasting food: this has been one of the greatest challenges and goals of the 3D printing industry. Sure, more and more printers capable of printing highly-detailed and wonderful objects are being released every year, but deep down every developer is still dreaming about the food replicator from Stark Trek.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

3Drag: the 3D printer for chocolate and food

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

Chocolate + Christmas + 3D Printing = Perfection?

This year will see a chocolately Christmas indeed for those home users and food professionals open to innovation with 3D chocolate printing. This Christmas, one of the pioneers of culinary printing, Choc Edge, is offering the newest version of its Choc Creator 3D chocolate printer for a discounted price of £3,200, against their usual retail price of £3,888.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3D Food Printing | Lynette Kucsma | TEDxHighPoint


This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Can i Print this ? This is the question Lynette Kucsma wants to ask people in regards to food.

How did Lynette become involved in the field of 3D printing? Lynette has been in the technology field for a large part of her professional career. Prior to Natural Machines, she was a Senior Marketing/PR Manager for Microsoft. Lynette became aware of the 3D printing concept a few years ago, and then last year she was introduced to and joined Natural Machines, but only after questioning their original use of 3D food printing and swinging in around so it actually benefited people from a health aspect. Now here she is, in the 3D printing field. Personally, she’s passionate about healthy eating, technology and marketing. Weave that together with her tech and consumer professional background, and it all comes together for Lynette at Natural Machines.
(Quelle und weitere Infos: Youtube)

Seiten:«123456789...16»

Um Ihnen eine optimale Nutzererfahrung zu bieten, verwendet diese Website Cookies. Durch die Nutzung unserer Website stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies zu. Weitere Informationen

Die Cookie-Einstellungen auf dieser Website sind auf "Cookies zulassen" eingestellt, um das beste Surferlebnis zu ermöglichen. Wenn du diese Website ohne Änderung der Cookie-Einstellungen verwendest oder auf "Akzeptieren" klickst, erklärst du sich damit einverstanden.

Schließen