Dimensions: 35mm, 68mm and 83mm Print Time: 55 Minutes Material Use: About 11g I decided to design an object that I believe is representative of my Grandfather and his battle with prostate cancer. My idea was to originally create many edible objects that I would design to represent a person and then watch them basically
http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/10/11/edible-growth-puts-fun-3d-printed-fungus-food/ http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/11/09/11-food-3d-printers/ http://benandkiesha.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/3d-lion-1920×1200.jpg http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61Vo1-PIEsL._SL1000_.jpg http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-YFR6qN450h0/T4MXSS1KEWI/AAAAAAAAB0g/HO8pwOgl4WA/s1600/Plastic+play+food+toy+1.JP An overall fear has set in as to whether I will be able to actually print food. The images I took myself are meant to represent the edible objects that are currently on the market. All I could find were dino-nuggets. I am still unable to proceed with
What is the relationship between 3D printing and food production? My question has changed, but my plan is still the same; to print a completely edible 3D object. I’m doing this because I believe that it eliminates the use of plastic, even a biodegradable plastic substitute, and creates an item that can ultimately be
“Don’t do what I’ve done. Don’t hang grimly onto the last planks from the sinking ship, chronicling the last few struggling, sinking schmucks’ demise. It’s no fun being the stenographer for the fall of a great empire. Find something else to cover.” (Doctorow 115) This last week I’ve become interested in a specific project that
Is enjoying something for a moment less valuable than being able to hold it forever? I plan on playing with the idea of what a 3d printer can do. I would like to try something more extreme than printing a plastic object and challenge myself by printing a completely edible object using the 3d printer.
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