3D Food Printing Conference 2/2

Second part of our 3D Food Printing conference experience. Enjoy!

Eighth on stage was Luis Fraguada, Robots In Gastronomy. Presented his thoughts on When will we 3D print our food?. With his view on how to avoid 3DFP suffering the waffle maker effect (appliances that we never used). Also stating that printing needs to be intuitive, and to get there professional kitchens will be the early adopters.

Luis Fraguada RIG

Luis Fraguada RIG

Ninth was Jeffrey Lipton, Researcher as PhD candidate from Cornell University / Seraph Robotics. Going through his experience with professional chefs such as Dave Arnold, explained the importance of defining digital recipes that adapt to technology and help create more custom results.

Tenth on stage was Melanie Senger from University of applied science Weihenstephan Triesdorf. She introduced the fifth characteristics they are using to finetune printing food materials: texture, temperature, flow, procession and fortificaltion. Her vision on using phenotyping to leverage the custom 3dfp printing experience was really interesting.

Melanie Senger, University of applied science Weihenstephan Triesdorf

Melanie Senger, University of applied science Weihenstephan Triesdorf

Last but not least was Frits Hoff, Chairman Board Fablab Benelux and Fablab Maastricht. He closed the conferences talks explaining about the experience behind 3DFP. Introducing the ByFlow printer and introducing their work on a new chocolate printer.

Frits Hoff Fablab Maastricht

Frits Hoff Fablab Maastricht

The event had different breaks were we had the chance to connect with really interesting people realated-interested-passionated about 3DFP.

ByFlow was presenting their printer and doing some demos with chef Mateu Blanch, showing different techniques to use their printer in a kitchen workflow.

ByFlow printer box

ByFlow printer box

Chef Mateu Blanch with ByFlow

Chef Mateu Blanch with ByFlow

ByFlow printing agar agra caviar

ByFlow printing agar agra caviar

Print2Taste also was presenting their Bocusini printer and food syringes.

Bocusini by Print2Taste

Bocusini by Print2Taste

Julian Sing from 3dChef was showing their 3d food prints. Tempered chocolate, sugar and honey was some of the treats they brought to the event.

Sugar Polygons wireframe by 3dChef

Sugar Polygons wireframe by 3dChef

3d printed tempered chocolate bt 3dChef

3d printed tempered chocolate bt 3dChef

Sugar art by 3dChef

Sugar art by 3dChef

Sugar art by 3dChef

Sugar art by 3dChef

Shout out to everyone we met and talk at the conference Pieter Debrauwer, Sheldon Fernandes, Luis Fraguada, Beat Gerber, Jelle Groot, Marcel Hendriks, Pieter Hermans, Floris Hoff, Frits Hoff, Irene Knols, Lam LE, Cosimo Orban, Joep Pennartz, Julian Sing, Warni van Mierlo and LinYee Yuan. Sorry to all those we did not have the chance to talk with (hopefully next year).

Special mention to Jason Mosbrucker for all the help and motivation for this trip, was amazing to finally meet you!

All the credit to the organization for putting together a great 3D Food Printing Conference and inviting us to be part of it.

Let’s meet there next year and enjoy and awesome day about 3DFP!

Jason Mosbrucker from BotBQ and Luis Rodriguez from 3DC

Jason Mosbrucker from BotBQ and Luis Rodriguez from 3DC

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