[Tweet “3-D Printer Makes Customized Cookies”]The Culinary Future has arrived and there are no gas burners necessary in these food creations.
It is the world’s first professional-grade food 3D printer, which is designed to improve the design and printing experience for professional kitchens.
Beam Me Aboard To Sugar Mountain
A series of conferences and seminars will be at CIA campuses and additionally, 3DS plans to provide CIA students with fellowship and internship programs at The Sugar Lab, its Los Angeles based 3D printing culinary innovation center.
Star Date- December 30, 2014 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announces a partnership with The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) to provide faculty and students the opportunity to explore the intersection of 3D printed food and artisan culinary methods.
Together, 3D Systems and The Culinary Institute of America plan to develop a series of educational collaborations and develop a program for the ChefJet TM Pro Culinary 3D printer.
If you’re having a hard time sinking your teeth into this gastro edible technology, you’re not alone.
I think this something we need to see to believe!
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After beaming aboard the internet I landed on this fascinating youtube from the researchers at Cornell University.
This will at least solve the visual aspect of a 3D Food printer but your taste buds will have to wait, till the CIA culinary students are printing and serving these delights on one of the campus restaurants…
The full-color ChefJet Pro will be food certified and produce edible 3D printed confections-from custom candies to ornate cake toppers.
Come up to the lab and see if there’s bacon on the slab! I see you shiver with anticipation.
Keep an eye out for the next food show in your city, to see if the ChefJet Pro Culinary 3D printer makes its culinary debut!