Made with natural, fresh ingredients, 3D printed food can be nutritious and delicious. Not convinced? Let’s take a look at what’s on the menu.
When selfies and cookies collide, amazing things are possible. A 3D printed custom cookie cutter means you can now eat your own face. Are you not impressed?
3D Systems and CSM Bakery Solutions partner up to bring the long-forgotten ChefJet Pro food 3D printer to the market.
Candy Mechanics are a start-up based in London who can model a chocolate lollipop on your head. Narcissism and confectionery in one irresistible package.
Experts in the fields of 3D food printing have spent three years creating appetising and easy to swallow 3D printed meals for the elderly.
Researchers believe that kids will happily eat 3D printed vegetables. But can the technology also encourage us to eat insects?
Food tech start-up Pixsweet is using 3D printing to develop super cool popsicles in a multitude of shapes, perfect for the long hot summer.
3D printed foods have been around for a long time already, with both cheese and chocolate extruded into yummy snacks, but now a new restaurant is hitting London on an interesting mission.
New Kickstarter project presented at 3D Printshow in London: Focus 3D Printer is a portable printer that can print both food and the dishes.