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

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by indesertum, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. indesertum

    indesertum Senior member

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    http://inhabitat.com/cornells-new-3-d-printer-lets-you-print-food-in-any-shape-and-texture/

    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:

    [​IMG]
     
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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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    maybe he can start printing off a perfect julienne of vegetables instead of the hack job that he usually posts
     
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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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    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.
     
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