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Weekend Project: How to 3D Print Watertight and Airtight Containers

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.  

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HOAX: Australian Chef Invents 3D Printed Croquembouche

Reynold Poernomo has blended art and science in a beautiful fusion to create a 3D printed croquembouche that's fully baked. How did he do it?

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Dinara Kasko Bakes Tasty, Beautiful 3D Printed Cakes

Ukrainian Architect turned Pastry Chef Dinara Kasko uses 3D printed silicon molds to create unique delicacies that look incredible.

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Turn Your 3D Printer into a Full-Color Candy Machine

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.

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Print A Drink Puts Patterns in Your Cocktails

Print A Drink is a new company using KUKA robots to inject edible liquid drops into your cocktail creating geometric artwork in your glass

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3D Printing Marzipan Animals and Fruit in Germany’s Luebeck

Marzipan from Luebeck adheres to strict rules on the amount of almond paste in the product. But, 3D printing is livening up the scene. 

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Fit for a Queen
3D Scanning and Printing Save British Monarchy’s Wedding Cake

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.

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Structur3D & Ultimaker Find Sweet Spot With Discov3ry Complete

Proving 3D printing chocolate can be a desktop thing, Structur3D releases video demoing chocolate extrusion, and an Ultimaker printer bundle.

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Unique Goûte Spoon Prototyped with 3D Printed Finger

The Goûte spoon is a radical new approach to eating. Designed by Andreas Fabian, it improves flavor by copying the action of licking fingers.

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Dinara Kasko Creates New Pieces of Pastry Art with 3D Printed Cake Molds

Dinara Kasko makes use of 3D printing to shape her latest works of pastry art, which incorporate mathematical principals and sculpture.

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CHIL-DISH Project and Shapeways Bring Kid’s Drawings to Life

The winners of the CHIL-DISH Project, which saw kid's drawings realized as 3D printed objects, are revealed after months of deliberation.

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Food for Thought
Atlanta Museum Shines a Light on the Future of Food (feat. 3D Printing)

Highlighting the need for change in today's food supply chain, the Food by Design exhibition showcases new tech to help us eat better.

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Will McDonald’s New STRAW Change Your Fast Food Experience?

McDonald's has created a STRAW, or Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal, to perfectly complement its new Chocolate Shamrock Shake.

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Sushi with style... and 3D printing.
Soy Shape Containers create Optical Illusions for Sushi Lovers

This Kickstarter campaign hopes to bring containers that create optical illusions when soy sauce is poured into them to the masses.

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Dinner in 3D
Columbia Scientists use a 3D Printer to Cook your Food

Columbia University engineers are working on a 3D food printer for your home. They want to completely change the way we eat - by already cooking the food in the printer.