Food printing is getting sweeter every day. And, while only a few food printers are on the market, there are new products and companies being made public on a regular basis. The most recent comes from the home of Hansel and Gretel, where the third largest German candy maker, Katjes, has begun 3D printing gummies. […]
"Rather than using a non-recyclable material such as plastics, 3-D paper may be the new material best suited to produce resilient objects, such as stools, tables and lamps,” says Ata Sina, a master’s student in Mechanical Engineering at UBC.