If you think 3D printed food is cool get ready for it to be an everyday thing where 3D food printers are as common in people's kitchens as the standard microwave is today! XYZPrinting are working on a new food dedicated 3D Printer that can print out thousands of different shaped foods to cook and eat. Yes you'll still have to cook it after but you can be sure there will be an all-in-one 3D Food Printer and Baker machine just around the corner. The XYZPrinting 3D Food Printer prints out either dough, chocolate or a flour mix and can print out things like cookies and pastries and cake designs etc that can be cook and eaten or used as decorations on cakes and pies. That is something that most restaurants and bakeries and confectioners around the world will be interested in. Along with all the other practical reasons for a 3D food printer. That said, its already been put in place by NASA in their outer space 3D printing tests printing spare parts from email attachments for the International Space Station (ISS) as well as experimenting with 3D printed NASA food for the astronauts to print and eat.
The XYZPrinting 3D Food Printer
The XYZPrinting 3D Food Printer is round about the same size as XYZPrinting's da Vincio 2.0 Duo with a max print size of 7.8" x 5.9" x 5.9". The 3D food printer prints out new layers on top of each other meaning you can create some very complicated looking and very tasty treats not otherwise possible by hand. People can browse through thousands of food designs to download and print out. And XYZPrinting also allow user submissions that are reviewed first and then put in the cloud database. We've seen a lot of 3D food printers through the last few years but many of them have not taken off into mainstream use by the masses alla home users and those in the food and retail industry. But the XYZPrinting 3D Food Printer has backing from a very big electronics company Kinpo Electronics making them one to watch out for and best known source to buy a 3D food printer from.
xyzprinting 3d food printer ces 2015 demoThe 3D food printer was demonstrated at the CES 2015 exhibit in Las Vegas. XYZPrinting had worked alongside a food specialist to create recipes for people to print out. There is a 5" touchscreen where you can choose a design for the food shape to be printed or you can import your own designs using a USB stick or downloaded from the Internet. You can design your own food prints using the XYZWare software to create your own personally uniquely shaped cookies and other pretty pastries. Of course the food filament is limited at the moment but there are many design options available to download from the net or use your own uploaded 3D pastry creation. And the demo saw some impressive basic food prints that you might just see for sale in the window of your local bakery soon.
XYZPrinting who also sell the da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer and da Vinci 2.0 3D Printer/Scanner are set to release the 3D food printer for sale in around June 2015 but no official price has been mentioned yet it may cost between $500 to $3000 each. Not including the food filament which will probably be sold separately in different ingredients, chocolate, dough, flour, sugar, icing, etc. They have said they are working with food suppliers to make food filament to go with the printer so we can expect to see different food capsules that are filled with different edible food matter for printing more things like cookies to candy and of course pizza as well. With three different nozzles it could essentially make mixed food products like ham and pineapple or pepperoni pizza to sweets and candy and hopefully much more healthier things as well.
Some more details about the food printers specifications are below and you'd think these would come at a massive cost but they are saying their Food 3D Printer will be cheaper than even some of the same types of 3D printers with a price of around $500 which is very affordable but there's no info on how much the food capsule filaments will cost. You can be sure these will be full of all your favorite tasty food items like chocolate, cookie dough and lots of other exciting food filament capsules to 3D print your own meals out with. These will increase through out time as the technology progresses with the printer being able to use multiple food filament capsules to create complete meals ready to cook. You will still have to bake the printed things yourself before you eat them first but that will inevitable by resolved later we can hope. Even if you just want to print "I Love You" on your lovers toast. Find out more at 3dprinterxyz.com.
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