3D and 4D Printed Food (Chew)Scrambled egg on a 3D printer

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After watching this video, you will wonder egg isn’t cooked. So we need a heated bed for cooking.
This 3D printer is only for mixing. Sometimes 3D Printing with Artificial Intelligence technology is fun. 3D printing technology has been used in various industries, including food. The idea of printing food has been around for some time, and 3D-printed food has already been produced in various shapes and forms, including chocolates, pastries, and even pizza.

To print scrambled eggs, the first step would be to create a printable mixture that could be extruded through a 3D printer nozzle. The mixture would need to be of the right consistency, so it could be printed in a controlled manner without clogging the printer. Once the printable mixture is prepared, the 3D printer can print the scrambled egg in any shape desired, such as small cubes, cylinders, or other shapes. The printed scrambled egg could be cooked and served like traditional scrambled eggs.

As for 4D printed food, it takes the concept of 3D printing to the next level by adding a fourth dimension – time. This means the printed food can change its shape, texture, or other properties over time. While 4D printing technology is still in its early stages, it could be used in the food industry to create food that could change texture or shape as consumed, providing a unique and interactive eating experience. However, at this time, there is no available technology that can print edible 4D-printed food.


2 thoughts on “3D and 4D Printed Food (Chew)Scrambled egg on a 3D printer

    Fran said:
    January 26, 2018 at 6:41 am

    This is crazy! Lol. But what is 4D?

    babl responded:
    January 26, 2018 at 8:38 am

    Yes i absolutely agree with you. I like your question. Thanks for asking.:)
    This post has information about 4D Printing.:)

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