3D, 4D and 5D Printed food recipe(Chew) tool for Dumplings

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3D printing technology is increasingly used in the food industry to create customized tools and equipment. Here are some examples of 3D-printed tools for food:

Cookie cutters: 3D printed cookie cutters can be created in any shape or size, making creating custom cookies with unique designs easy.

Decorating tools: 3D printed decorating tools such as nozzles for icing and frosting can be designed with different shapes and sizes to create various designs on cakes and other baked goods.

Molds: 3D-printed molds can create custom shapes for chocolates, candies, and other confections.

Food-grade utensils: 3D-printed spatulas, tongs, and other utensils can be made from food-grade materials, making them safe for food preparation.

Food printers: 3D printing technology can also be used to create food printers that can print edible food items such as pasta, pizza, and even chocolate.

Lastly, 3D printing technology offers a wide range of possibilities for creating customized tools and equipment for food preparation, making creating unique and innovative food products easier.

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 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.”


3D Printed fashion footwear

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3D-printed fashion footwear will be a good opportunity for people with flat feet, who outgrow bones, and wide feet. It is hard for them to wear fashionable shoes for work, parties, or sports. In my house, it is common to have flat feet, and they can not use fashionable footwear. It is always challenging; we must always order the same kind.

According to Nicholas Unis, a junior finance and accounting major in the Smeal College of Business,” he was telling his idea to the “Shark Tank.” I just had a stiff plastic shoe and a rough wooden printer. They liked the idea and gave me some very good input.”
Unis also said, “I designed the printer to be optimized to print shoes; if you print this material with any normal 3D printer, it’s going to jam, “UnisBrands allows me to have the best of both worlds, bringing business, design, and fashion together.”