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3D printed personalized nutrition

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According to Anrich3D, “Food is made into a paste and extruded through an extruder that can be fed with paste continuously. Multiple extruders working together can allow for multi-material printing. Thus, each ingredient can be dispensed in the precise amount according to the individual’s nutritional, aesthetic palatability requirement.”

Anrich3D Wants to 3D Print Food Personalized Just For You

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3D Printing News Alert(3D printing of biomaterials)

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According to UC Berkeley professor of mechanical engineering and leader of the team Boris Rubinsky,” the 3D printing of biomaterials like organs and food a lot more viable. The problem with 3D bioprinting is that it is a very slow process, so you can’t print anything big because the biological materials will deteriorate by the time you finish. They designed the device. One of our innovations is that we freeze the material as it is being printed so that the biological material is preserved, and we can control the freezing rate”.

https://medicaldevices.asmedigitalcollection.asme.org/

https://news.berkeley.edu/story_jump/new-device-paves-the-way-to-3d-printed-organs-food/

UPrinting our food with 3D printer

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According to Yahoo Finance, A pair of entrepreneurs van Doleweerd and Vita Broeken from the Eindhoven University of Technology Netherlands, “they did research with Upprinting food, they are creating an attractive food experience from food which otherwise would have been thrown away.
Researchers told Yahoo, for example, old bread, in combination with fruits and vegetables. We create a printable puree from those residual food flows and print it in nice shapes to make it look attractive again. After printing, we bake it and dehydrate it to create a crunchy structure long shelf life. The food can be implemented very nicely in dishes, and people can eat it again. Currently, researchers are focusing on high-end restaurants,”

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/3d-printing-snacks-food-waste-203802566.html

3-D Printing Ice Cream(3D Printed Food recipe (Chew ))

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Graduate students learned how to 3-D print ice cream in an additive manufacturing course at MIT.

According to John Hart, the Mitsui Career Development Associate Professor in Contemporary Technology and Mechanical Engineering at MIT,” says early education on 3-D printing is the key to helping the technology expand as an industry. I very much enjoyed creating and teaching the course and I’m proud of what the students did, and what it means about the future potential of additive manufacturing. The students’ final projects have included printers that they built specially to print molten glass and even soft-serve ice cream”.

http://news.mit.edu/2016/mit-course-3-d-printing-101-0511

 

 

3D Printed Baking Tools

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3D Printed Baking Tools. Sometimes we need a unique design for home-baked cookies.
It is always possible with the help of a 3D printer. We can use food-safe 3d printing silicone mold for our project.

According to Adafruit Industries, “Bake custom shaped cookies with crisp details! These cookies have patterned traces and sharp edges make that just look amazing! To make the patterns, we 3D printed our rolling pin with an embossed pattern. This was designed to be a sleeve that fits over a wooden rolling pin”.
We are using a recipe to bake cookies.
Shortbread Cookies Recipe:)

http://www.adafruit.com

http://www.joyofbaking.com/shortbread.

Now would you like to eat 3D printed ‘Pasta'(3D Printed Food recipe (Chew ))

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Now would you like to eat 3D printed ‘Pasta

Please check the site and make decisions responsibly.

I just found this 3D printer food information something to read for ‘FUN’:)

I did research and include all kind of information I could have possibly found.
According to CGTN, “3D printer to create fun food designs. Using a may soon be eating pasta in the shape of a moon, a rose or even a Christmas tree – all made by a 3D pasta printer. It may seem like science-fiction, but the new printer is on show at Milan’s Expo. The specially designed food everyone’s preferred batter”.

According to Lynette Kucsma, Co-Founder of Natural Machines, “You can do so much specialisation and personalisation of food. So 3D food printing has many use cases – from home kitchens to Michelin star restaurants.”

http://www.china.org.cn/video/2015-05/05/content_35493932.htm

https://www.barillagroup.com/en/press-releases/pasta-future-it%E2%80%99s-printed-3d-barilla-previews-its-prototype-cibus-2016

https://www.naturalmachines.com/store

www.vodafone-institut.de

https://www.naturalmachines.com/foodini

https://static.naturalmachines.com/images/Natural-Machines-Foodini-Brochure.pdf