What is the true future of 3D printed food?

Of all the 3D printing applications, a difficult one for people to stomach is one that affects the stomach. I am talking about 3D printed food. Why the controversy? In the past decades there’s been a growing awareness of the health limitations of industrial food production. Not only has fast food received a bad rap, due to popular documentaries like Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me,” but the “slow food movement” challenges how we relate to food preparation. Author Michael Pollan’s books — The Omnivore’s Dilemma, In Defense of Food, and Food Rules — have had a big influence on people’s food behaviors. He tells us to slow down, eat mostly plants, and my personal favorite: “Don’t eat anything your great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.”

If you take this rule to heart, what is the true future of 3D printed food? Continue reading “What is the true future of 3D printed food?”

3D Model Printing for Pizza, Presented by Asian Company

The 3D printing revolution is taking about as long to happen as the process of 3D printing itself. The evolution from firing ink onto paper to printing three dimensional shapes is a slow-burn development as technology gradually gets better and prices creep down, but it will eventually change the world: consumerism, architecture, medicine… 3D printing will shake up many industries. Should China, the world’s biggest manufacturing country, be concerned? Maybe. Should Pizza Hut be scared? Absolutely. Continue reading “3D Model Printing for Pizza, Presented by Asian Company”