U.S. Develops 3D Food Printers to Add Delicious Raw Material Output

Modern people have a busy life. After work, they have no energy to cook dinner. Many times they have to patronize fast food restaurants or go to supermarkets to buy ready-made food and eat them home. However, the passive situation of the broad masses of office workers and the gradual decline of “personally cooking” may soon be improved. According to the British media report on December 24, a group of scientists at Cornell University in the United States is developing a The "3D Food Printer" is like printing documents to "print" food. From now on, "In-person cooking" has added a new meaning.

Put ingredients into recipes

This is one of Cornell's "Fab@home" research projects. The operating principle of the "3D food printer" that scientists are developing is similar to the computer printer we currently use. Of course, instead of using ink cartridges, the materials and ingredients of food are pre-filled into containers and the recipes are imported. Press 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 掣 。 。 。 。 。 。 。 。 。 。

Adjust recipes to improve food

Professor Lipton, who is responsible for the development of the "3D Food Printer," said that this printer can not only produce delicious foods, but also humanely change or improve these foods. “If you want to eat cookies and you want them to be thinner and crisper than regular cookies, adjust the recipes,” he said.

However, because cooking ingredients and ingredients must be placed in the printer's container, they must be liquid or otherwise "printed." The research team is working on an improved method and the "3D food printer" will have a wider range of applications.

CAD software spreads food out of the floor

According to the blueprint proposed by the scientists, this "3D food printer" is compatible with the CAD design software used in traditional engineering computers. It knows where to put the material, line by line, and layer by layer. They believe that this new product can be used for commercial purposes in the future. As long as the popularity is successful, it will inevitably change the face of human life.

Users simply download their favorite recipes from the Internet and enter the printer to create and taste the food they want. Doctors can also prepare foods that are beneficial to them according to their needs. Wang Chang

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The United States and Canada develop the world's first 3D printing car

According to reports by the British media recently, the United States and Canada have successfully developed the world’s first automobile manufactured using 3D printing technology. The two-seat car is named Urbee, and all external components, including glass panels, are produced using large-scale 3D printing equipment.

Urbee uses batteries and petrol as a hybrid. It can travel 320 kilometers on the highway and 160 kilometers on the city roads. According to the designer, this car is not only environmentally friendly but also very safe and inexpensive. Wang Chang