Developments in 3D Food Printing

Developments in 3D Food Printing
We’re looking at a video from TNO, who have been developing various forms of 3D food printing. 3D printed food seems to be a topic of great interest among the public, although we’re not quite sure why. Perhaps it’s because almost everyone finds themselves in a kitchen sooner or later and reckons they’re a kind of “food maker”, whereas a lot fewer people consider themselves a “thing maker”. 
 
But what is TNO up to? According to their video, they’ve been working on several different food printing processes, including: 
 
Developments in 3D Food Printing
Stereolithography
 
Developments in 3D Food Printing
Selective Laser Sintering
 
Developments in 3D Food Printing
Powder Bed Printing
 
Developments in 3D Food Printing
Fused Deposition Modeling (Note, however, that “FDM” is a registered trademark of Stratasys and thus TNO is not truly using FDM.)
 
TNO exhibited some of their work at two culinary shows in Europe recently. 
 
Is this the beginning of a 3D food printing revolution? Our thoughts tomorrow. 
 
Via TNO
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