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3D FOOD PRINTING PODCAST CH.9: 3D FOOD PRINTING CONFERENCE 2016 IN REVIEW

What a month Aprils’ been for 3D Food Printing! Foodini rolling of the manufacturing line, Pizza Printer crowdfunding campaign, 3D Food Printing Panel at SXSW: SouthBites, 3D Food Printing Conference and the biggest moment of the month for us had to be announcing our 3D Food Printing Workshop: EXPLORATORIUM at FabCon 3.D 2016 in June!

The first quarter of the year has been moving fast for 3DFP and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon 2016 is turning into the biggest year yet for 3D Food Printing, which brings me to today’s 3DFPod…

One humbling point is the feedback we got about the 3D food printing podcast! I just wanna say how happy we feel that people came up to me to tell me they enjoy the 3DFPod!  We produce if for YOU and to know that you’re enjoying it makes us want to do more of them and to keep improving our podcasting skills.

2016 3D Food Printing Conference Review

In addition to this 3DFPod we have created content to supplement it: A video on the 3DIGITIALCOOKS YouTube channel, and an upcoming 3DFPconf “Review in Pictures” post on 3DC as well.  We’ve also shared/liked/and followed tons of other attendees and speakers content they’ve created from the 3DFPconf on our social media channels as we believe sharing is the way to help 3DFP grow. If you were there and we missed our chance to talk, please reach out to us on the contact page of 3DC or social media anytime!

Here’s some highlights from 3DFPod Ch. 9: 2016 3D Food Printing Conference Review:

– Food Ink 3D Printed Dining experience
– pre-3DFPconf meetup
– the 3D Food Printing community is growing
– more and more students studying 3DFP
– 3D Food Printing is spreading throughout the globe FAST

Here’s the SoundCloud embed as ususal

 

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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

We also talk about our 3D Food Printing Workshop: Exploratorium taking place at FabCon 3.D. in June 2016!  Head here to register NOW!

Thank you again for your support and don’t forget to share the post about the 3DFPWS (3D Food Printing Workshop) with one person you know you’d benefit from attending, please!

Luis + Jason

 

3D Food Printing Workshop @ FabCon 2016

We are happy, glad, hyped and excited to announce that our next 3D food printing workshop will happen at Fabcon 3.D 2016. 14-16  June at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany.  Huge thanks to Florian Horsch, Marcus Lutterburg and Diana Kuecher and the whole Messe Erfurt team for their selfless efforts to bring our workshop to FabCON 3.D. 2016!

Unless you are new to the 3DIGITALCOOKS community you know we have been planning to have a 3D food printing workshop for a long time, and it feels right to share with you all the experiences and learning about 3d food printing during the last years. We have created a 3D food printing workshop that requires no previous knowledge or understanding of what 3d food printing is. During the 3[d] hours of the course you will get an understanding of the importance of 3d food printing beyond the Star Trek hype. A down to earth EXPLORATORIUM time to learn about 3d food printing.

Be aware that this is not a POWERPOINT session. The 3d food printing workshop is about learning through experience. Right from the very beginning each concept, each lesson is presented through food. Why food? Because food is what truly makes 3d food printing amazing and so special. No gimmicks.

What to expect at the 3D FOOD PRINTING WORKSHOP: EXPLORATORIUM

  • A clear introduction to how to turn a digital design into an edible item.
  • Definition of a digital recipe.
  • Understanding of the true potential of design and customization for 3D food printing.
  • Explaining the four kings of 3d food printing: taste, aroma, texture and looks.
  • Introducing different 3D food printing techniques.
  • Tasting recipes.
  • Addressing safety and legal issues.
  • Our take on 3d food printing businesses.

All that in an open and immersive environment where we will be answering your doubts about 3d food printing. Each session is limited to 10 students, and registration is first come first serve.

The workshop will be held every day of the trade show at the following dates:

  • Tuesday 14 June 2016, 13:00-16:00
  • Wednesday 15 June 2016, 10:00-13:00
  • Thursday 16 June 2016, 10:00-13:00

Follow the link to get the registration info: 3D Food Printing Workshop Registration Form

If you are considering to come, remember that 3d food printing is about food and food is emotion.

Huge shoutout to the FabCon team and the 3DC community, we appreciate your support more than you even know!

We are extremely excited for this 3D food printing workshop and can not wait for it.

Hope to see you there!

Luis + Jason

 

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3DFPod Ch. 8: 2016 3D Food Printing Conference Preview

Let’s start this off right.. with a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!

I’ll (Jason – @BotBQ) be at the 3D Food Printing Conference next week.. unfortunately Luis (@3DIGITALCOOKS) won’t be 🙁  … AND we made a #3DFPod chapter about it where we briefly go over last year’s 3DFPconf, what we’re looking forward to this year and some of the exciting things you’ll run into if you’re going to the 3DFPconf this year.

Highlights of 3DFPod Ch. 8: 2016 3D Food Printing Conference Preview

  • 3DIGITALCOOKS pre-3DFPconf meetup the night before
  • What are my plans while at the event
  • Why you should find me (Jason) at the event
  • What you can expect from 3DIGITALCOOKS presence at the event
  • 3DFPconf Program highlights
  • 3DChef exhibit

Here are the links to get to Chapter 8 of the 3DFPod:

Hope to see some of your there!

 

You’re Invited: pre-3D Food Printing Conference MEETUP!

It’s that time of year again.. 3D Food Printing Conference time!  Unfortunately Luis will not be joining us this year 🙁  but I’ll be there repping 3DC to the fullest!

Let’s start the couple days we have together off right.. geeking out over 3DFP with some beers.  Same place, same time (I believe) as last year.

  • WHEN: 11 April 2016 @ 2000 (8pm)-ish
  • WHERE: The Bar @ Van der Valk Hotel Venlo
  • WHY: To share stories and break the ice before the 3D Food Printing Conference the next day

Here is the link to the event on Google+:

And here’s a handy embeded map

New 3D Food Printing Kickstarters….

We’re always happy when we see somebody take the leap into 3D food printing!

On that note we want to let you know that there are two brand-spanking new 3D food printing crowdfunding campaigns that use/will use/want to use 3DFP as a new business.  We have made contact with Martin from SCOFF3D and it looks like we will be in touch very soon.

Here is a very brief rundown and a link for you to check them out for yourself.  Please be aware that crowdfunding campaigns are a little risky as most people are still in the concept phase of their idea when they launch these.  I’m pretty positive that the 3DC community knows that there has been VERY little succes for 3DFP in crowdfunding so make sure to do your due-dilligence before backing any crowdfunding campaign, 3DFP or not.

3DFP Roadtrip 2015 Series: PancakeBot Private Viewing

We ❤ PancakeBot!

If you’ve been following the digital cooking world as of late you should be more than aware of Miguel and his awesome PancakeBot, and  if you’re a backer of the Kickstarter campaign earlier in the year then you should be salivating right about now because the news just dropped that it will be shipping your way soon!

We couldn’t wait …

Of course we reached out to Miguel before our 3D Food Printing Roadtrip to see if he was even going to be in town and to co-ordinate.  We tried to make it work and time everything as good as we could, but it almost didn’t happen.  

On to San Diego…

We’d just cleaned up after getting our minds blown at the Culinary Lab and went to catch our breath and have a banana at a nearby Safeway parking lot when Luis looked at me and said “Should we call Miguel?” and after a little pros and cons of the traffic situation during rush hour around the Los Angeles area we each took a step back, simultaneously jumped in the air and high-fived while yelling YOLO! (It was a sight to be seen.. hopefully by nobody else.. ever…)  

We jumped back in the Camaro and hit the road…. as far as we could before our first stau (traffic jam) which took all of about 5 minutes to get stuck in.

After about 3+ hours (normally about a 1 hour trip) and memorizing Drake’s Hotline Bling (after the 65th play in that timeframe) we finally came to the almost-bottom of the west coast, San Diego, found PancakeBot HQ, hugs and handshakes with Miguel and family and then straight into a hardcore geeking out session about the PancakeBot.

Finally getting the chance to meet in-person the inspiration behind the food printing wonder, Lily (his daughter) and meeting the rest of Miguel’s beautiful and awesome family (HUGE shout out and THANK YOU to his wife Runi for having us over) Earlier in the year Luis and I had the opportunity for an exclusive first look at the PancakeBot when we had Miguel on our 3D Food Printing Experts of the World Video Interview Series, check out that interview here: 3DFP VI#3 – PancakeBot Creator Miguel Valenzuela

Thank you to the Valenzuelas

Thank you again to Runi, Miguel and the whole family for inviting and accepting us in as if we we’re one of them!

Jason + Luis