3D Printed Food
According to a 3D printing manufacturer in Denmark, the Danish Technological Institute where they meet the food regulations for 3D printing in both metal and nylon, “The robotic grippers for Marel are 3D-printed in nylon, and our production processes as well as the material are completely in accordance with food regulations. This means that we have complete traceability throughout the production process – from powder to finished product – and the same applies to our 3D printing in metal, where we print in titanium, aluminium and stainless steel for the food industry, says Mads Østergaard, Section Manager at the Danish Technological Institute.”
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According to C. Anandharamakrishnan, Director of IIFPT and corresponding author of the paper published in the Food and Bioprocess Technology., “The printer is approximately the size of a mixie, weighing below 8 kg and can be carried around. It was also indigenously developed and completely fabricated in India. This brings down the cost to less than Rs.75,000, while most printers in the market are expensive and cannot be conveniently used for multi-material food printing applications.”
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