Lynnette Kucsma: “Our Next Food Printer Will Use Lasers to Cook Food”

3D printing technology could challenge the way we eat in the future, making recipes trivial and letting the imagination run wild. It will basically disrupt the kitchen. When Paul Bocuse,…

3D Printing with Food: Assessing Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Potato Puree

3D printing and food is always an interesting topic that garners attention due to the curiosity most of us have surrounding the true viability of such technology. And while you…

Exclusive: 3D Systems Sugar 3D Printing Brought to Market by Brill, Inc.

For any 3D printing fan with a sweet tooth, the unveiling of the ChefJet and ChefJet Pro 3D printers at CES 2014 was a major highlight. Displayed in brilliant colors…

The State of Food 3D Printing, Part 3: Present and Future

Ok, so food printing is a thing, but why is it a thing and will it become more of a thing in the future? To answer these semi-coherent questions, we…

Harvard Business School: Exploring the Future of 3D Printed Foods Such as Pasta

In the recently published ‘3D Printed Pasta – Are There Limits to the Benefits of 3D Printing in the Food Sector?’ Tom M., a student at Harvard Business School, outlines…

3D Printed Meat: Great Potential for the Future, But Challenges Still Persist

In ‘Application of 3D Printing in Meat Production,’ researchers delve further into the possibilities of additive manufacturing with food. While there have been some forays into 3D fabrication with meat,…

Is 3D Printing the Future of Food?

3D printing disrupted the way people build things ranging from wheelchair ramps to homes. So, it’s not surprising that investigations are underway to see if the technology could help meet…

Jet Eat Wants to Redefine Meat Through 3D Printing Plants into Steaks

We’ve seen meat being 3D printed using plant-based food that matches the real flavor and texture of meat before, and that is the case of Jet-Eat, an Israel company founded…

Researchers Strive to Improve 3D Printing Parameters for Foodies

The potential for 3D printed food and associated hardware, software, and materials is vast—causing researchers from China and Australia to look further into the merits of the technology and more…

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