Brill Inc. in partnership with 3D Systems, is bringing to market a new and innovative full-color, professional-grade culinary 3D printing system. The result of a multi-year collaboration, the new technology gives chefs the power to produce custom, cutting-edge culinary creations, limited only by their imagination.
The groundbreaking Brill 3D Culinary Studio is available exclusively from Brill, Inc. This integrated solution that includes the Brill 3D Culinary Printer and software powered by 3D Systems technology, the Brill 3D Culinary Powder and Brill 3D Culinary Binder, all used in tandem to produce an unlimited array of full-color, life-like and edible 3D figures and embellishments. Chefs can use their own design or select from a library of hundreds of 3D designs to batch-print smaller pieces such as cake decorations, confections and garnishes or print larger, statement pieces.
From 3D design, to printing, to plating, the Brill 3D Culinary Studio offers key support to make every step simple and reliable. A white glove installation and training process from 3D Systems will make your kitchen 3D-enabled on day one. Chefs can leverage the Brill 3D Culinary Studio to provide quick and affordable 3D designs, tips and tricks to produce beautiful 3D prints, and plenty of experienced advice to help with plating desserts, drinks, and entrees that will wow guests, clients, and the public.
How it works
The Brill 3D Culinary Printer works by relying on the same principle found in many traditional culinary processes. Chefs begin with separated wet and dry ingredients, and the Brill 3D Culinary Printer and mixes those ingredients together with automated precision, layer-by-layer, to construct incredible 3D designs.
These high-quality precision ingredients, including a variety of delicious flavors, are available exclusively with the Brill 3D Culinary Studio.
About 3D Systems Culinary Technology
The original technology in this space was developed by Kyle von Hasseln of The Sugar Lab in 2012. The Sugar Lab quickly joined with 3D Systems, and by 2013, was offering 3D design and print services via the 3D Systems Culinary Lab to chefs in Los Angeles, California.
As the Culinary Technology Director at 3D Systems, Kyle sought to bring this technology to the professional culinary market. The Brill 3D Culinary Printer was developed over the course of a multi-year partnership with Brill, Inc. (a global bakery products manufacturer, who has inspired creativity and defined special occasions since 1928 with technical expertise, superior products, and excellent customer care). Together Brill, Inc., and 3D Systems pioneered significant innovation in MultiJet Printing (MJP) and ColorJet Printing (CJP) to develop this safe, reliable, precise, culinary printing technology.