from oreos to nutella — the latest 3d printed foods, all 100% edible
Many of the work is still in its early stages, and researchers at Cornell and MIT are developing 3D printers specifically made for edible products.
But there are also some commercial projects in progress.
Barilla, Hershey and Mondelez International are just a few consumer food brands exploring the potential of 3D printing.
On SXSW this year, Yizi International 3D printing Custom Oreos is based on the hashtagthetweet trend on Twitter.
SXSW attendees can choose from 12 flavors such as banana, mint, birthday cake and lime, and then choose chocolate or vanilla base for cookies.
Oreo will then print out in two minutes.
Obviously, cookies taste like regular Oreos, but they are too easy to break down.
The 3D printer was created by maya design using the aDelta Bot 3D printer, but at this point it may still be just an interesting marketing gimmick, not what you see in the grocery store
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On last year\'s manufacturer Faire show, structural 3D shows how they can print the manufacturer Faire logo with Natra.
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On can also be used to print complex cake decorations or complex designs using icing.
The pre-order price for Discov3ry is $349, but you also need one with add-on.
The equipment will be shipped on December.
On January, 3D Systems announced that it was ready to sell the kitchen ChefJet-
3D printer for edible products.
The printer shows at CES that it is aimed at ordinary consumers who may not have much experience with 3D printing.
The free \"digital recipe\" will make it easy for users to choose designs printed in a variety of materials, including chocolate, vanilla, mint, sour apple, cherry and watermelon.
Their goal is to launch two black and white printers by the end of 2014.
The price range is $5,000.
Color, larger printer
The price range is $10,000.
Barilla, the world\'s top pasta seller, is developing 3D pasta printers for restaurants.
This machine can print 15-
Eat 20 pieces every two minutes and pasta in a few minutes.
It also allows customization
Shape Design of pasta.
Instead of flour and eggs, restaurants need to feed barilla\'s Italian flour box into the printer.
The machine was developed by a Dutch technology company called Eindhoven.
They have been tested at several restaurants in Eindhoven, but have not been tested on a large scale yetproduced.
Last year, NASA signed a contract with material engineer Arjan contractor to build a 3D food printer.
The printer is now available to print edible pizzas.
The machine prints out the pizza layer by layer, topping the dough with tomato sauce and cream cheese.
Then cook by the heated surface.
But at least it\'s edible.
NASA showed the pizza at SXSW, admitting they haven\'t perfected the 3D printed pizza yet.
The 3D printer of Choc Edge prints layers of chocolate according to computer design to form a solid 3D chocolate product.
The creator TheChoc V1 is available for £ 2,888 (about $4700)
The latest version costs 3,888 (about $6300).
You can also purchase all the materials from their website.
Or you can customize-
They will make 3D printed chocolate for you.
Hershey also joined the ranks of 3D printed chocolate after working with the 3D system in January, but it has not yet launched any actual products.
Natural Machine has developed a Foodini printer to help people cook with fresh and healthy ingredients.
You just put the prepared material in the capsule and choose what you want (say, ravioli)
The printer does all the work.
You still have to put it in the oven, though.
The Foodini has not yet been provided to the public.
According to the New York Daily News, the original plan required it to be launched this year, costing about $1,300.
Lab creative machine Lab is developing a 3D printer that can make space shuttle
The shape of a scallop block, a burger embedded in a layer of mustard and ketchup, and a cake that shows secret information when cut.
The printer uses edible ink and digital blueprints and prints the product together with the cartridge.
They are working to expand the artistic ability of food creation and to expand the scale of cooking production.
This is still under development and has not yet turned to commercial applications, but it may mark the coming of some very interesting forms of food.
At the request of the two daughters, novigian Miguel balenzuela and his wife, Wayne Rooney, founded the pankac robot in 2010.
They launched a real pancake printer at Maker Faire and are now focusing on inspiring kids to be creative and have fun with food.
They did not sell the printer, but they have provided instructions for making their own printer with Lego toys.
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