Presented by Mathijs de Schipper, Research Scientist / Innovator at TNO.
3D Food Printing is a promising new technology that offers great possibilities for the creation of improved or new food products and an disruptive food supply chain. Ultimately, this technology may provide a decentralized food manufacturing for fully personalized food products.
This presentation will discuss the state of the art of foodprinting technology at TNO and WFBR (Wageningen Food & Biobased Research) and the use case of making personalized food for the Dutch Ministry of Defense.
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The First 3D Printing Restaurant In The World
3D printing has become the 21st century’s new manufacturing tool and is regularly applied in industries such as aerospace, automotive, fashion and healthcare, but in the last few years it has also made its way into professional kitchens. FOODINK is one key example of a company pioneering the use of food 3D printing and its founder, Antony Dobrzensky, believes the technology is an unstoppable force for the food industry. Continue reading “The First 3D Printing Restaurant In The World”
The Future of 3D Food Printing: Customization and Health Impact
Since its invention in the 1980s, 3D printing technology has evolved at lightning speed. A decade ago, the original technology — where physical objects are printed from 3D digital models — was only reserved for corporations and universities designing prototypes and architectural models. Today, smaller and more affordable, they can be easily seen in kitchens and storefronts, grade schools and homes. Continue reading “The Future of 3D Food Printing: Customization and Health Impact”
WACKER will present the world’s first 3D printing process to use chewing gum end of January 2017. Continue reading “Get your 3D Printed Chewing Gum soon”
Speaker and exhibitor at the first 3D Food Printing Conference, April 2015. Continue reading “3D by Flow selected for Startupbootcamp HighTechXL”
In 15 years’ time, there’s a chance some of the beef you consume will have been grown in a test tube. The cow never would have had a beating heart, nor a brain, nor would it have seen a paddock or a feedlot. It would just be a bunch of cells and tissue. Continue reading “The future of food: cultured meat, 3D-printed meals, GM crops, Soylent and seaweed”
3D Printshow organizers have called in Michelin-starred chefs to showcase how food and technology can merge as part of a fine dining experience. Technology is steadily creeping into our lives and an increasing number of industries any which way it can to both ease and heighten experiences. Continue reading “Pop-Up Restaurant Teaches Patrons How to Think and Eat in 3D”
A novel approach to the 3D food moulding has been taken by Crafty Machines Ltd., with a printing technique that looks different then all the rest. They developed a patented device that utilizes 3D printing with materials that are FDA compliant and is able to print whole 3D objects all in one go, instead of layer by layer. Continue reading “Crafty Machines’ Rotruder, High Speed 3D Food Moulder”
Now and then you come across a story about 3D printed food but where are we at now? What can already be printed in the kitchen? How do we get started? Here are five examples that can help you on your way to becoming a master 3D printing chef. Continue reading “How To Get 3D Printing Into Your Kitchen – Food Printing”
Between all of the various developments in the additive manufacturing space ranging from the more traditional use of desktop 3D printers to create consumer products or DIY projects to even developments centered around 3D bioprinting, one industry that hasn’t been seeing a whole lot growth in the 3D printing sector is the food industry. Continue reading “PepsiCo is creating new deep-ridged potato chips on 3D printers”