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Robots In Gastronomy

Robots in Gastronomy is a research and design group focusing on the intersection of technology and gastronomy. The group includes Michelin Star Chefs, Industrial Designers, Interaction Designers, and High End Kitchen Equipment Distributors. The group’s research has culminated in the creation of the Food Form 3D, a computer numerically controlled deposition robot capable of 3d printing edible materials. The aim of the group is not to industrialize the kitchen, conversely, the aim is to provide tools of invention and innovation in the kitchen.

What will you print?

We are compiling our favorite recipes for 3d printing! Stay tuned...

News

News of the Robots invading our kitchens!
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Jul

3d printing Ice Cream on a hot summer’s day…

The summer is in full force here in Barcelona and what better way to cool off than a personalized 3d printed ice cream!?  Our resident food scientist experimented with some homemade ice cream recipes until she got one that worked great on the FoodForm.  Our friends at Cocktail Lab were also in need of a […]

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Oct

Robots celebrate Halloween / All Saints

Josh Harker, aided by the 3D printing robots at the Sugar Lab, has created a very nice, and well timed, set of skulls for day of the dead celebrations.  Check out the post along with more images on the Cubify blog.  

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Food Form 1 @ Przemiany Festiwal
Sep 0
Sep

Food Form @ Przemiany Festival in Warsaw

Photo Credits: reprapforum.pl We would like to thank the curators SuperSuper for inviting us to exhibit the Food Form 1 at the Przeminay Festival at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.  Above you see some pictures taken by the people behind RepRap Forum.  Here you can see the next generation of Food Printing Machines we […]

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Aug

Paco Morales discusses 3D Food Printing

Paco Morales speaks to Diario de Gastronomia during Madrid Fusion 2013 about his research with 3D Food Printing

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