Tagged with " Food Printer"

FarmBot: An Open Source 3D Farming Printer That Aims to Create Food For Everyone

When most of us think of 3D printers, we typically imagine the desktop machines that are used for creating small plastic objects, or the larger scale industrial level machines used for prototyping, and in some cases the printing of production ready parts. Then there are the extremely large 3D printers that have been created for the printing of concrete structured buildings and other large objects. Perhaps the printers which have the most intriguing uses are those which can print food.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Candy: The First Confectionery-Focused Food 3D Printer, To Launch on Kickstarter Next Week

It’s pretty hard to find a person who doesn’t love cake and other types of confectionery. Whether it’s chocolate, carrot, red velvet, or a plain angel food cake, there is something about the sweet flavor and moist icing which gets me just about every time.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Candy: The First Confectionery-Focused Food 3D Printer

With a sleek design, unique technology and $499 (£359) price, Candy is the state-of-the-art confectionery 3D printer made for everyone.
(Quelle: Youtube)

Coming this Month: India’s First 3D Chocolate Printer for Less Than $1,000

3D printing with chocolate is the pursuit of a number of companies in the West, but this is the first time that I’m aware of an Indian company that has investigated 3D printing with edible materials. As India’s 3D printing industry starts to grow at a rapid pace, a group of students at Manipal Institute of Technology took it upon themselves to use chocolate as their 3D printing medium. And the result is: the ChocoBot.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Steaks aus dem 3D-Drucker: US-Startup erhält dafür zehn Millionen Dollar

Schon 2012 hat daher das US-Startup Modern Meadow eine Lösung für das Fleischdilemma präsentiert: Es hat eine Technologie entwickelt, um Fleisch und Leder aus Biotinte zu gewinnen. ”Biofabrication” heißt das Verfahren.
Dabei wird Kühen Zellgewebe entnommen, das Forscher isolieren und teilweise modifizieren. Im Bioreaktor vermehren sich die Zellen dann millionenfach und fügen sich anschließend im 3D-Drucker zu einer festen Masse.
(…weiter auf green.wiwo.de)

A machine that prints pancakes

How many breakfast chefs does it take to make 180 pancakes in an hour?

None, if you have a pancake machine.

For those of you who’ve spent any time in an Alaska Airlines Board Room, you know what we’re talking about.

If you haven’t, imagine an office printer. But instead of paper, it prints fluffy, delicious pancakes.
(…weiter auf blog.alaskaair.com)

What’s Cooking in the Board Room?

What’s cooking in the Alaska Airlines Board Room? Freshly made pancakes thanks to our pancake machine. Now you can start your morning right before you hop a flight. Our pancake machines can be found in Board Rooms at Anchorage, Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles.
(Quelle: Youtube / Alaska Airlines)

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for 3D Printed Ice Cream? 3D Ice Cream Printer is Created at MIT

With today’s technology, we have the ability to 3D print in plastics, metals, ceramics, and even Nutella. Each and every day it seems as though we are introduced to a new type of material that is able to either be extruded from a 3D printer, or printed via another type of laser or light processing technology. It was only a matter of time before someone would come up with the clever idea of trying to 3D print objects out of ice cream.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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