In 2015, Anjan, Jordan French, Chintan Kanuga and Ben Feltner launched BeeHex to provide fresh pizza made from the finest ingredients. The pizza is not only visually appealing but delicious, creating excitement among chefs, restaurant chains, theme parks, and food brands.
BeeHex uses clean robots to make pizza in under 4 minutes that would otherwise take a human 9 minutes.
Print Cheese is er in geslaagd om met een 3D food printer kaas te printen. Print Cheese biedt kaas in nieuwe vormen en smaken aan. Als eerste in de hele wereld printen wij kaasdelicatessen.
Print Cheese biedt het bedrijfsleven en geïnteresseerden iets bijzonders. High tech gecombineerd met ambacht. Wat dacht u van een amuse van geitenkaas in de vorm van een vaas of aan een combinatie van noot en kaas gemixt in een dobbelsteentje. Geschikt voor bedrijfspresentaties, beurzen, markten en restaurants met koks die graag vernieuwend willen zijn. De mogelijkheden om verschillende smaken te combineren zijn talloos. In opdracht maakt Print Cheese kleine kaasdelicatessen in verrassende vormen.
Het maken van kaas en het verwerken ervan met een 3Dprinter is een spannend proces. Op verzoek verzorgt Print Cheese demonstraties en proeverijen op maat. Kijk voor de diverse mogelijkheden onder het kopje ‘Onze diensten’.
Graag neemt Print Cheese u mee in de vormvrijheid van kaas op deze bijzondere manier. De speurtocht nieuwe vormen en combinatie zet Print Cheese door, volg onder Blog alle nieuwe ontwikkelingen en waar Print Cheese te zien is.
Fouche 3D Printing, Creator of the Cheetah 3D printer with a 1 cubic meter build volume.
We know that we have a unique product. We hope and trust that it will provide jobs, change the way that products are manufactured- small batches that require less storeage, and that it will inspire creativity!
ABS granules are used as the raw product for filament, therefore our cost per print is significantly lower. Our cost per kilo is less than $4/kg for ABS granules.
As standard, we use a 3mm nozzle and get a 0.5 Kg\Hour flow rate.
1mm, 2mm, 4mm, 5 mm, and 6mm nozzles are also available.
The company byFlow was founded in 2014 by Floris Hoff, industrial product designer with over 4 years experience in 3D printing. In FabLab Maastricht he worked as a volunteer in maintaining and improving the 11 3D printers. Floris graduated with a project on the development of a unique granulate extruder which makes it possible to print with granulate, powder and paste. This makes it possible to print 10x faster and cheaper and to use recycled plastic.
To produce a compact, mobile, multi-faceted, multi-functional 3D printer with easily exchangeable extruders that can print a plethora of materials that is easy to use and readily accessible to everyone. The team pays a lot of attention to the design, quality and user-friendliness of his printer. Like a laptop, the printer is foldable, so that you can transport and store the printer easily, safely and without any fear of dust contamination.
Always being innovative
The team also still conducts research on new material possibilities with colleagues at FabLab Maastricht, Chemelot Campus in Geleen (NL), Maastricht University, polytechnic Zuyd and LIOF.
Our launch product is a 3D food printer. We call it Foodini. We are using an open capsule model, meaning the consumer prepares and places fresh ingredients in Foodini. Natural Machines is going to make preparing food healthier, easier, and so much fun. Foodini is the first 3D printer to print all types of real, fresh, nutritious foods, from savory to sweet. It uses fresh, real ingredients, making the Foodini the first 3D food printer kitchen appliance to contribute to a healthy eating lifestyle.
MISSION AND STRATEGY
TNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the competitive strength of industry and the well-being of society in a sustainable way. This is our mission and it is what drives us, the 3,000 professionals at TNO, in our work every day. We work in collaboration with partners and focus on five transitions that we have identified together with our stakeholders.
TNO is an independent research organisation that employs some 3,000 specialists. We believe in the joint creation of economic and social value. We focus on transitions or changes in five social themes: Industry; Healthy Living; Defence, Safety & Security; Urbanisation and Energy.
Innovation with purpose is what TNO stands for. We develop knowledge not for its own sake, but for practical application.
TNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the competitive strength of industry and the well-being of society in a sustainable way.
Every four years, in close collaboration with our stakeholders, we draw up a strategic plan that describes how we will pursue our mission. This plan is our proposal to society. You can download our strategic plan at the bottom of the page.
Our strategy is a reflection of the trends we observe in society and technology. In close coordination with our stakeholders we have defined five transitions on which we will focus. These are in line with the challenges and ambitions of the Top Sector policy and social themes in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe. The transitions can be summarised as follows:
Industry: from economic stagnation to growth in high-technology industry
Healthy Living: from illness and treatment to health and behaviour
Defence, Safety & Security: from a wide range of threats to controllable risks
Urbanisation: from urbanisation bottlenecks to urban vitality
Energy: from conventional sources to sustainable energy systems.
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Robots in Gastronomy is a research and design group focusing on the intersection of technology and gastronomy. The group includes Michelin Star Chefs, Industrial Designers, Interaction Designers, and High End Kitchen Equipment Distributors. The group’s research has culminated in the creation of the Food Form 3D, a computer numerically controlled deposition robot capable of 3d printing edible materials. The aim of the group is not to industrialize the kitchen, conversely, the aim is to provide tools of invention and innovation in the kitchen.
Becoda, which is the 3D printing branch of a larger technological group called North Branch Everbright, just presented the Qiao (which is the Chinese pronunciation for the word chocolate), an aluminum body 3D food printer. Presented capable of making small 3D figures and aimed at the professional and B2C segment (which in this case means bars, pastry shops and restaurants).
The company is also active on the sustainable smart city front and offers a full selection of 3D printing services and products. These include the 3D Cloud Services, ranging from rapid prototyping to architectural 3D modeling and medical 3D modeling based on CT scan data. They also offer photogrammetric and structured light based 3D scanning as well as formative courses.
"We are a Cambridge UK based design studio and innovation lab. We love crafting engaging physical and digital experiences that evoke curiosity and change behaviour.
Our team is highly multidisciplinary, which gives us the flexibility to really get to the core of any challenge and come up with the most suitable and elegant solution. We are naturals in the fields of user experience research, design, innovation and prototyping.
We have worked with companies such as Microsoft, Palo Alto Research Centre, General Electric, Qualcomm, Cambridge University and AVEVA. We are fascinated with technology, and love to innovate with it - creating beautiful and engaging user experiences. "