After nine years, The Sugar Lab is back with its original founders.
3D Systems seems to be still working to develop a food 3D printing solution, this time with an interesting partner.
There are five myths about 3D printing that just won’t go away. We list and explain all of them.
An experimental 3D sugar printing process has been developed, but not for the reason you think it will be used.
While most 3D printed objects are wholly inedible, some folks indeed print food. 3Digital Cooks recently did some taste testing.
Yesterday as CES 2014 opened we had to drop by the 3D Systems booth as they had just that morning released information on multiple new products and services. It’s not the old days when one or perhaps two products appear; today they arrive in batches. We were toured through the new products by a very… Continue reading 3D Systems Announces… Everything!
This week’s selection is Joshua Harker’s Crania Anatomica Filigre – but with a difference. Harker’s Crania Anatomica Filigre emerged quite a while ago in a rather successful Kickstarter campaign. But this instance of the Crania Anatomica Filigre is a little different: it’s made entirely from Sugar! It is the same design, but simply rendered… Continue reading Design of the Week: A Sweet Crania Anatomica Filigre
RepRap Blogger Jordan Miller reports on an experiment building a unique 3D printer capable of producing sweet sugar glass to aid his bioengineering research. The key problem revolved around being able to use Miller’s BariCUDA extruder, an air pressure-powered extruder. The BariCUDA weighs several pounds and would be difficult to move quickly or accurately with… Continue reading A Homebuilt Sugar 3D Printer