This week’s selection is the Pepper Mill Funnel by Maxime Hoste.
Charles Goulding and Mwansa Chabala consider how 3D printing could be applied to the induction cooking market.
There’s an incredibly useful online 3D utility you need to know about: CookieCAD.
A new research paper predicts widespread use of 3D printers in kitchens to prepare food.
This week’s selection is the Mechanical Dishwasher Sign by Printables contributor Dingus.
This week’s selection is the Overboard Spice Rack by electrical engineer and Reddit contributor FuegoMonster.
This week’s selection is the Better Pistachio Opener by Printables contributor Jared.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi serve up a look at barbeque trends impact on 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Randall Rothbort consider how 3D printing can help the food business bounce back post-pandemic.
A company is 3D printing apparently edible food treats made from waste.
Anyone who has spent any amount of time baking/cooking/experimenting will know the tedium of measuring ingredients but outside of pre-measured packets what could make it easier?
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look forward to 3D printing up a good time this summer.
Guess who is offering free downloads of 3D models for their consumer products? We found a major company doing so and we think everyone else should, too.
Sandhelden just split their company into two different divisions to allow their sand-stabilization 3D printing technology to be used in both construction and household applications.
Ian Brown and Tyler Gianchetta of R&D Tax Savers examine use of 3D printing in kitchen appliance manufacture.
This week’s selection is the practical 3D Printed Croissant Machine, by Alexis Gabriel Ainouz, a.k.a. French Guy Cooking.
This week’s selection is the useful Can Dispenser by designer Kyle Smaagard.
This week’s selection is the highly tactile Coral Cup by Nervous System.