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Cornell’s New 3-D Printer Lets You Print Food in Any Shape and Texture

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http://inhabitat.com/cornells-new-3-d-printer-lets-you-print-food-in-any-shape-and-texture/
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The Cornell Creative Machines Lab has invented a 3-D printer that not only allows you to print food, but lets you create almost any design imaginable with your favorite ingredients. Working with experts from the French Culinary Institute, Cornell’s new technology may soon be available for chefs and home use, allowing enterprising cooks to customize new and interesting dishes with healthier ingredients. We’ve seen a similar concept designed by a pair of students at MIT, but this ready made design takes things to a whole new level. Spaceship nuggets anyone?

purty cool
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Edible food? I don't understand
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in any shape or texture you want? i think that's pretty cool
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They already have this:

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Silly tricks that dont advance cuisine...... My guess is that Moto already ordered one to go along with their edible menus
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Word has it that mgm bought one for his personal chef job
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post

Word has it that mgm bought one for his personal chef job

maybe he can start printing off a perfect julienne of vegetables instead of the hack job that he usually posts
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laugh.gif Win.
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Is humanity even trying anymore, or is everyone just content to quit?
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Not sure whether to laugh or cry.
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"Not sure whether to laugh or cry." : cry.
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

Is humanity even trying anymore, or is everyone just content to quit?

in what context?

I agree that this makes less sense in terms of haute cuisine but im sure there will be revolutionary applications for this thing in both food and and non culinary applications.
Edited by Mr Herbert - 9/18/11 at 8:02pm
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