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…

Barilla and Desall Announce Winners of Second 3D Printed Pasta Competition

As a lover of Italian food, I can’t think of many things better than pasta…except for 3D printed pasta, of course. Well-known Italian food company Barilla has been busy developing…

Obtaining R&D Tax Credits for 3D Printing Pasta

Want to share an al dente meal of pasta with someone in a different state? Simply 3D print your meals from your kitchen and video chat with your friend as…

Pasta Gets Smart! Barilla Launches Second 3D Design Contest for 3D Printable Pasta Shapes

Back in my day, wagon wheels and vague dinosaur shapes were considered the height of sophisticated pasta shapes. I never would have imagined three-dimensional roses and cratered moons, but that’s…

Barilla Continues to Develop Pasta 3D Printer, Envisions Gourmet Customization

Is there a food that’s more fun than pasta? I can’t think of one that has more variety in terms of shapes, anyway. Long, thin spaghetti noodles, bow tie pasta, shells,…

The Smart Gastronomy Lab Pushes the Boundaries of 3D Printed Food

Following their support of the first International Conference on Food 3D Printing, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech and the Smart Gastronomy Lab at the University of Liège say the 3D printer may…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — May 9, 2015

In this week’s stories we missed, while 3D printing gains a stronger foothold in the defense industry with the opening of an America Makes Satellite Center in El Paso, Texas,…

Barilla Announces Their 3D Printed Pasta Contest Winners

Thingarage says they’ve selected the three winners of “Printeat,” a modeling competition for new 3D printable pasta shapes. A crowdsourcing platform for digital fabrication, thingarage launched what they called the “first…

Barilla Launches 3D Printed Pasta Contest to Find Their Next Product

When you eat your favorite pasta, you likely don’t think about how those little macaronis, penne rigates or rigatonis were created. It’s actually a somewhat complicated process, especially when a…


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