Holiday Season Prints - December 2020

These are prints are made in the holiday spirit to bring Santa to life on Christmas day and have him as a snack! Other than the face and hat of Santa, there was further personalization as bigger and more complex logos and names were attempted. 

One of the shapes is NUTRILICIOUS spelled out.

Even more complex was is the Allspice (https://www.allspice.edu.sg/) logo with its unique font. All the letters produced so far have been custom made to have constant width for easier printability. This print with a different font was another breakthrough in capabilities.

Further, for early customers in FnB industry, we printed a customized heart shape with the names of a couple on it. Ania (https://www.livingveggiebyania.com/) will be preparing some vegan pastes for us to try out soon. 

The food pastes used were:       Purple Sweet Potato: Purple        Carrot and Potato: Orange  

Check out the videos of all these prints in the youtube playlist:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFFMeIj2T_Bt6A71_p9e2N-DTbXWSfTFl

Personalized Healthy Prints (Nutrilicious) - November 2020

These are prints of more personalized shapes made using cookie dough recipes given by Nutrilicious (https://www.linkedin.com/company/nutrilicious/).

The shapes printed had personalization effects like AA initials on the Christmas stockings, letter R on the star shape and even the company name ANRICH3D spelled out in full!

This was to demonstrate the personalization capabilities of the printer.

The food pastes used were:     Spinach Based Cookie Dough: green        Sweet Potato Based Cookie Dough: yellow  

Check out the videos of all these prints in the youtube playlist:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFFMeIj2T_Bt4GAKsFhe5S930pt0-nV_6

First Attempts to print - November 2020

The prototype at NTU was ready for the first tests in November 2020. We printed Chrismas Tree shape and Halloween Pumpkin shape using the latest prototype. 

This prototype has an extruder made of food-grade stainless steel, and thus for the first time, the printed food can be tasted!

The food pastes used were:                Potato paste: pale yellow                    Pumpkin paste: orange  

Check out the videos of all these prints in the youtube playlist:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFFMeIj2T_BsyuI3avURtaoirhnCGp9Oj

A spin-off to be made from Nanyang Technological University (NTU)  Food Technology Center (NAFTEC) via NTUitive.

Funded in part by NAMIC

In collaboration with the Allspice Institute

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