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Dezeen Editor-In-Chief Marcus Fairs New Book on 3D Printing


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So the final question raised is "Will we be able to 3D print food?". Yes, we will be able to one day. We'll buy packets of slop, er, sorry, nutrient particulates, throw them into a 3D printer where different "flavours" etc will be combined and then printed out in whatever, chewy, crunchy, soft form you requested.

"Soylent Green" here we come!
#1 Glenn (Homepage) on 2013-06-07 16:51 (Reply)

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