If 3D printing mugs or plates for the kitchen, they must be safe for contact with food. Here are 12 vital facts about food safe 3D printing.
A new Instructables post from user mikey77 shows how you can adjust your 3D printing slicer settings to make watertight and airtight containers, cups, tanks, and more.
Print A Drink is a new company using KUKA robots to inject edible liquid drops into your cocktail creating geometric artwork in your glass
Dinara Kasko makes use of 3D printing to shape her latest works of pastry art, which incorporate mathematical principals and sculpture.
Marzipan from Luebeck adheres to strict rules on the amount of almond paste in the product. But, 3D printing is livening up the scene.
Ukrainian Architect turned Pastry Chef Dinara Kasko uses 3D printed silicon molds to create unique delicacies that look incredible.
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.
Proving 3D printing chocolate can be a desktop thing, Structur3D releases video demoing chocolate extrusion, and an Ultimaker printer bundle.
Are you prepared to get messy and turn your 3D printer into a full-color candy printer? Colorpod is a sweet-toothed hacker's dream.
The Vocktail is a glass device which "turns" water into a virtual cocktail by manipulating taste, color and flavor with electric pulses.
In time for Queen Elizabeth II’s and Prince Philip’s 70th anniversary, a damaged replica of their wedding cake was recreated with 3D scanning and printing.
The winners of the CHIL-DISH Project, which saw kid's drawings realized as 3D printed objects, are revealed after months of deliberation.
Highlighting the need for change in today's food supply chain, the Food by Design exhibition showcases new tech to help us eat better.
McDonald's has created a STRAW, or Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal, to perfectly complement its new Chocolate Shamrock Shake.
The Goûte spoon is a radical new approach to eating. Designed by Andreas Fabian, it improves flavor by copying the action of licking fingers.
If you have access to a laser cutter, some spare seaweed and a love for sushi, you may be interested in this design.
This Kickstarter campaign hopes to bring containers that create optical illusions when soy sauce is poured into them to the masses.