Redefine Meat has unveiled the world’s first Alt-Steak plant-based products, with market testing at select high-end restaurants to start later this year. Created using Redefine Meat’s patent-pending 3D meat printing technology, the company’s Alt-Steak products have the texture, flavour and appearance of beef steak and can be produced in the volume and cost to enable … Continue reading Plant-based steak created using 3D printing technology
Consumers have hundreds of products to choose from when they are walking down supermarket aisles. There is no shortage of choice and that makes it a challenge for companies to create packaging that stands out from the rest. Carman’s was faced with this challenge when making the perfect packaging for its Super Seed and Grain … Continue reading Packaging that stops the cracker from crumbling
Orora has earned client buy-in on a new beer bottle design, using colour-matched 3D printed appearance models with identical heft and hue of glass.
From tiny bird houses to car parts and even miniature models of yourself – 3D printing is fast becoming more accessible and easier to use than ever before. But did you know that you can 3D print food? CSIRO’s meat research leader, Dr Aarti Tobin, is working on dysphagia that could one day be helped by 3D … Continue reading Dysphagia no longer a bitter pill to swallow with 3D printed food
3D food printers have the potential to help end global famine, according to an influential academic.
3D Systems has previewed its CocoJet machine for 3D printing chocolate at this week’s CES show in Las Vegas.