Tagged with " 3D Foodprinting"

Barilla Announces Their 3D Printed Pasta Contest Winners

Thingarage says they’ve selected the three winners of “Printeat,” a modeling competition for new 3D printable pasta shapes.

A crowdsourcing platform for digital fabrication, thingarage launched what they called the “first 3D modeling competition aimed at creating new shapes of pasta using 3D printing technologies” back in August. The contest was commissioned by Barilla, the world’s leading pasta brand.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

3D Printing that Melts in Your Mouth and Everywhere Else

Most folks are excited by the prospect of direct food printing – 3D printing sugars and chocolates with some edible form of Fused Deposition Modeling or Color Jet Printing – but the relationship between food and 3D printing need not be so complicated. There are plenty of 3D printing solutions that can make food as fun as a Martha Stewart project on a hot summer day. MELT Icepops uses some simple 3D printing tools to bring popsicle making into the 21st century.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.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)

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)

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)

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