Posts with tag: ‘3d printed’

6 Companies Serving Up Delicious 3D Printed Food Innovations

Today, 3D printers can create almost anything the mind can imagine – from movie props and aeroplane parts to organs and entire homes. Talk about an image makeover?! But how do we feel about 3D printed food?

3D Printed Food

Source: DinaraKasko.com

In my previous blog post, How the 3D Printed Food Industry is Growing, I mentioned that our current global food model is unsustainable; with the world’s population estimated to reach 9.8 billion by 2050 (United Nations), something needs to change. In fact, experts believe production rates need to increase by 50% before 2050.
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Möbius Gears: a Step Beyond the Involute

I don’t know what you do with your free time, but, left undisturbed, I often find myself trying to code up some geometry. Nowadays, I am typically trying to 3D print some fancy piece of abstract math that has no business being projected into our default world of 3D Euclidean geometry. Every once in a while, however, I do something that might actually turn out useful.

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CAD, Print, Listen

One of the most remarkable developments in the past year that we've noticed is the explosive growth in 3D printed music or musical instruments. For years Guitars and other wooden instruments have been carved by CNC machines, directed by CAD models. But now, a few intrepid programmers have begun to create scripts that will generate your very own printable vinyl records!

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