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byFlow Publishes New Recipes for Stylish 3D Printed Sweets and Dips

byFlow is a Dutch company specialized in 3D Printing since 2009 and particularly experienced in 3D Food Printing. The company seeks to change the way people make and experience food. In 2015 byFlow developed a 3D Food Printer called ‘Focus’ that quickly entered the Food Industry. If you are still …

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Memphis Meats Receives New Funding from Bill Gates and Richard Branson

Leading cellular agriculture startup Memphis Meats has gained the support of a groundbreaking group of investors. The leading clean meat company has already produced beef, chicken and duck directly from animal cells, without the need to raise and slaughter animals. The company’s Series A fundraising round, led by DFJ, marks …

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CSM Bakery Solutions and 3D Systems Partner to Bring 3D Printing to the Food Industry

  Baking time for large scale food 3D printing may finally be up as CSM Bakery Solutions, a global leader in bakery ingredients, products and services, and 3D Systems Corporation, the originator of 3D printing and solutions, are going to collaborate in the development, sale, and distribution of 3D printers, products …

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Sensor Placed Inside Indirectly 3D Printed Apple “Spies” on Fruit Shipments

On the long journey from the fruit plantation to the retailer’s shelf, fruits can quickly perish. In particular, the refrigeration inside the cargo containers is not always guaranteed and existing methods for measuring the temperature are not sufficiently reliable. A sensor developed at Empa solves this problem. It looks like …

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Shiyin Tech Launches Sweetin, a User Friendly 5-Material Food 3D Printer

Food 3D printing is one of the strangest verticals in 3D printing. There are plenty of possible experimental applications and it is definitely something that a large number of people are interested in, however progress in this area has been slower than in segments – such a bioprinting or silicone …

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Ukranian Chef Uses 3D Printed Molds to Make Best Custom Desserts Yet

Dinara Kasko is a 28 year old pastry chef from Ukraine. She graduated from the University of Architecture and Design and worked as an architect-designer and a 3D visualization artist. At some point she combined her talent with her passion for patisserie and started to model her own moulds, to print them …

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Hampton Creek Expects to Bring Meat from Cellular Agriculture to Market in 2018

Hampton Creek is a Silicon Valley startup that is working on cellular agriculture products and has already enjoyed some commercial success for it egg-free vegan mayonnaise. As reported by Business Insider, the food startup revealed to The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday that it plans to get its meat to stores by 2018 — long before …

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Potent Rope Uses Filabot to Make Edible Cannabis Filament for 3D Printing

Created by sisters Paige Colen and Ashley Herr, Potent Rope is an edible 3D printing cannabis filament, extruded on a Filabot system, that combines a water-soluble thermo plastic polymer with different cannabinoids and terpenes tailored to your personal needs. Over the last three years, the two sisters researched and developed their product, …

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3D Food Printing Conference to Host Masterclass with Top Chef Jan Smink

Together with Top Chef Jan Smink, one of the leading manufacturers of food-capable 3D printers, byFlow, is inviting participants to an Exclusive 3D Food PrintingMasterclass during the 3D Food Printing Conference that will take place in Villa Flora (Venlo) on June 28th. Jan Smink is nr. 11 at Bocuse d’Or 2017 and cooks …

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Janne Kyttanen Officially Launches Pixsweet Custom Ice Pop Startup

What happens when you put 3D printing and a proprietary hyper-speed food production process into a blender and infuse it with design? Meet Pixsweet, a brand new platform that enables consumers to turn every pixel of the internet into ice pops. By combining intuitive software with a proprietary production process, …

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