Food lovers could soon be able to print and grill their own burgers at home. A plant-based burger has been created using the revolutionary 3D technology. The patties are being tested in trials with a burger chain, and could be served to customers as soon as next year. The creators are also planning to make a machine which will allow people to print their own burgers at home.
Racheli Vizman, CEO of Israeli-based SavorEats, said: “That’s our goal, where we can also have – next to a microwave – we can have machines that can create a variety of products.” 3D printing works by building a product layer by layer. Designers produce a blueprint of what they want to make, then send it to the 3D printer, along with the raw materials. SavorEat’s robot-based technology means that the […]
So-called 3D printing, sometimes referred to as additive manufacturing, is still very early in its evolution, using a...