The 3D food printer Procusini 3.0 and its “small batch series production”
3D food printing moves forward in small steps and yet carries out milestones in the food industry. 3D printing companies specialized in this industry also innovate and offer services that are not really far away from what 3D printing companies that offer services for the production of goods and inedible consumer products offer. One of this service is the capacity to produce small series production.
Procusini, a German specialist of 3D food printing, meets this demand with its third generation of its 3D food printing systems Procusini. The company now offers the application “small batch series production” and new foods which can be 3D modelled.
Professionals from gastronomy and catering can now be more diversified in their choices and can seize the opportunity to create more complex shapes in the preparation of dishes.
“With text messages, logos and 3D objects, the professional can enrich whole menus on events in a completely new way or can set nice accents when decorating the buffet”, said the company. In the same vein, even though he does not use the 3D food printer Procusini, Dutch Top Chef Jan Smink recently opened his restaurant with the aim to offer 3D printed food in all its varieties.
Pasta that can be 3D modelled and many more
The 3D food printing specialist has launched the third Procusini generation alongside with pasta, the fruit puree Cassis and Choco.
However, pasta are available in four colors and can be 3D modelled. The 3D pasta enables to propose a fun and smart meal. Indeed, professionals can create hearty text messages or names, small objects depending on the occasion, logos and exciting highlights. “By adding different oils and fonds, the chef can add a personal touch to the 3D pasta.”
As for Cassis, it enables to create fruity and fresh color accents such as the form of logos and plate tattoos.
Specificities show that the production area of the 3D food printing system is 25 x 15 cm, which is twice as large as the one of the former model. According to the company, more than 80 filigree Choco-objects can be produced in series in only one working step.
3D printed models are put impressively on display. The operating concept and the auto-update feature have been improved.
Lastly, users can either experiment their own foods or choose products from the Procusini food portfolio.
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