3D printing + molecular gastronomy = 3D printed ‘fruit’

UK company Dovetailed announced the launch of their new 3D fruit printer, a device that creates 3D fruits in a matter of seconds. The printer uses a molecular-gastronomy technique called spherification. By combining individual liquid droplets with different flavours into a desired shape, it allows the creation of interesting bespoke fruits. Continue reading “3D printing + molecular gastronomy = 3D printed ‘fruit’”

3D printing + molecular gastronomy = 3D printed ‘fruit’

UK company Dovetailed announced the launch of their new 3D fruit printer, a device that creates 3D fruits in a matter of seconds. The printer uses a molecular-gastronomy technique called spherification. By combining individual liquid droplets with different flavours into a desired shape, it allows the creation of interesting bespoke fruits. Continue reading “3D printing + molecular gastronomy = 3D printed ‘fruit’”

The First 3-D Printed Metal Furniture Is Here

Earlier this year, we wrote about a groundbreaking new technique called MX3D-Metal. Developed by Dutch designer Joris Laarman and backed by Autodesk, MX3D-Metal makes it possible–for the first time–to affordably 3-D print metal structures. It’s an exciting prospect, given the possibilities: Metal, after all, plays a key role in the infrastructure of buildings and cars. Continue reading “The First 3-D Printed Metal Furniture Is Here”

The First 3-D Printed Metal Furniture Is Here

Earlier this year, we wrote about a groundbreaking new technique called MX3D-Metal. Developed by Dutch designer Joris Laarman and backed by Autodesk, MX3D-Metal makes it possible–for the first time–to affordably 3-D print metal structures. It’s an exciting prospect, given the possibilities: Metal, after all, plays a key role in the infrastructure of buildings and cars. Continue reading “The First 3-D Printed Metal Furniture Is Here”