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‘3D printing can make personalisation happen’: byFlow sees 3D printing tech unlocking the future of food

‘3D printing can make personalisation happen’: byFlow sees 3D printing tech unlocking the future of food

Written by David

January 24, 2019

byFlow is working with food multinationals to shape the future of food with its 3D printing tech ©byFlow byFlow was founded in 2009 with the aim of developing 3D printing technology that was “compact, portable and accessible to everyone”. ​ In 2016, byFlow’s first printer, Focus, hit the market. It took seven years of development for byFlow to introduce its first 3D printer, Focus ©byFlow The company reached another milestone in its ambition to make 3D printing more accessible this week, when it launched its latest innovation, byFlow Studio, at the Horecava trade show in the Netherlands. Speaking to FoodNavigator from the event, byFlow CEO Nia Hoff explained that the new platform is a more intuitive interface between the 3D printer that means you don’t have to be “technically minded” ​to make your designs come to life. “byFlow Studio is an online platform where we give customers access to […]

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