Made in the future

Walters, P. (2011) Made in the future. In: Made in the Future, Science Museum, London, 1st - 3rd June, 2011. London: UNSPECIFIED

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Abstract

Peter Walters and CFPR's KTP partner Renishaw Plc., were invited to participate in the event 'How will stuff be made in the future?', held at the Science Museum. The presentation included a demonstration of research into Edible 3D Printing, by printing sugar icing using a RapMan 3D printer. The research project 'Edible 3D Printing', sought to explore and test the technical capabilities of food-based materials (eg: sugars, starch powders, alcohol and chocolate) within 3D printing and rapid prototyping technologies. The team were also posing the question 'How will 3D printing change the way we make and buy things?' to children and adults at the Museums' event.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords:edible 3D printing, rapid prototyping technologies
ID Code:17977
Deposited By: J. Montgomery
Deposited On:15 Nov 2012 14:19
Last Modified:12 Aug 2013 08:08

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