Master chef fans lose it ‘3D printer’ dessert🥧 food printers combine nozzles, powdery material, lasers and robotic arms to make sculptures and geometric shapes.
According to Master Chef judge Matt Preston, “the dish had a “cutting edge-type element” on it before they saw it.
We’ve seen the dish🍳. There’s one element there that I don’t think I’ve seen on an Australian restaurant menu anywhere else around the country. And that’s a totally cutting edge-type element that I think is going to bake your noodles🍝,”.
According to Ori-mandu,” 3D printed tools that help in the cooking. CAD software generates the tools (stamp and jig system) based on the custom parameters, then the user cuts the dough with the stamp and assembles it by using the jig as a guide. Users can create mandu into various geometric shapes quickly without any special skills. With the Ori-mandu, they extended the current research on digital gastronomy by using digital fabrication to create custom tools for cooking”.:)