Earlier this year we covered a particularly novel 3D printer add-on called ColorPod. Developed by Netherlands-based Aad van der Geest, ColorPod is a useful add-on to any RepRap style of 3D printer that allows it to print in full color using a combination of powder-based 3D printing and more traditional color inkjet cartridges. Now, as we’ve just learnt, the developers of ColorPod have further updated their technology so that it can actually 3D print full color edibles! Continue reading “Dutch 3D printer add-on ColorPod can now 3D print full color edible candies”
Tikcit is registration platform partner of 3D Printing Design & Engineering conference, wich took place On April 12th, 2016, at Villa Flora in Venlo, The Netherlands.
Organising an event implies many issues, from ticketing to e-payments, from statistics to ordering supplies, from surveys to social media and many many more. Tikcit is the platform to support you. Continue reading “Tikcit is registration platform partner of 3D Food Printing Conference”
Recipe design & software to be grocer’s new secret sauce? 3D printing might bring tech world business model elements to grocery stores, such as software-as-a-service or SaaS. SaaS sells or licenses and delivers software to the user on demand rather than as a product in a box. In the future, grocery stores might compete on how their chefs, or store’s ‘food designers’, produce the best meal programs available only on that store’s website for single downloads and only using that store’s supplies. Continue reading “Recipe design & software to be grocer’s new secret sauce?”
3D printing is being used across a range of industries, from construction to medical technology. Its use in the food industry continues to grow, allowing for customization across a number of categories. 3D printing of confectionery has focused primarily on chocolate and hard sugar candy, tut recent innovations have led to printing of gummy candy. In the US, retailer Dylan’s Candy Bar is offering in-store 3D printing, providing consumers with over 100 designs for candy that can be made in five minutes.
3D printing moves from hard candy to gummies Continue reading “3D printing has evolved from a novelty item to a viable in-store tool”
Edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer.
Food Ink’s 3D printing restaurant in Venlo, at the 3D Food Printing Conference 2016. Continue reading “3D printed dessert? Piece of cake (Video)”
The workshop brought together stakeholders from industry and academia to discuss the potential of additive manufacturing in the agri/food area. The key conclusions were that research is needed to support fundamental, medium and short term applications. Continue reading “Additive Manufacturing Workshop – EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Food”
On May 24, 2016, the 2nd edition of the 3D Printing Design & Engineering Conference, at Designhuis, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, will bring together designers and engineers to debate and discuss the design challenges from different perspectives using 3D Printing.
Insights into the speakers’ presentations: Continue reading “Generative design shows how you can directly design the toolpath for your 3D food printer”
We are happy, glad, hyped and excited to announce that our next 3D food printing workshop will happen at Fabcon 3.D 2016. 14-16 June at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany. Continue reading “3D Food Printing Workshop Announced by 3DIGITALCOOKS”
Last year, Dutch 3D printer manufacturer byFlow showed the world that its Focus 3D printer is not just portable, but delectable as well by 3D printing desserts at the Albert Hejin (AH XL) supermarket in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Their technology was further demonstrated at the 3D Printshows in Paris, Rome, Madrid, London and Berlin. byFlow also went to London, where it hosted the first 3D printing restaurant in London. The delicious Dutch manufacturer has now announced that they will be taking their pop-up restaurant on a global tour, forming a new 3D printed food organization called Food Ink that will see a number of international designers, chefs, and technologists from London, Barcelona and Maastricht opening temporary 3D printing restaurants in various locations around the world. Continue reading “byFlow’s 3D Printing Pop-up Restaurant Starts Global Tour”
Dream it, print it, EAT it!
The Dutch 3D Printer manufacturer byFlow is opening the first 3D Food Printing Restaurant in The Netherlands, the result of a new international collaboration between designers, chefs and technologists from London, Barcelona and Maastricht, which is launching under the name of “Food Ink.”
On April 12, during the 3D Food Printing Conference in Venlo, the latest creations in 3D food will be showcased and a select number of VIPs will have the chance to taste the five-dish menu. Continue reading “First 3D Printing Restaurant in The Netherlands is coming to Venlo”