In the first 2020 edition of 3D Printing Industry Sliced, our news digest, 3D Systems has entered into the culinary market with a new 3D printing system; materials to additively manufacture semiconductor devices are explored, and liquid 3D printed footwear formed in a gel bath is the latest application of MIT’s Rapid Liquid Printing method.
Also in this edition are updates from Saratech, Autodesk, Airbus, the University of Cambridge and Protolabs. Acquisitions, partnerships, and 3D printing in the culinary market Brill, Inc., a CSM Bakery Solutions company, has introduced a full-color, professional-grade culinary 3D printing system known as the Brill 3D Culinary Studio.
Powered by 3D Systems, this 3D printer allows chefs to create edible culinary figurines and embellishments. The first 3D Culinary Studio will be installed this summer. The Brill 3D Culinary Studio 3D printer. Image via 3D Systems. Saratech , a Californian provider of manufacturing […]
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