Hello, my name is Julian Sing, Founder of 3dchef.nl.
2. How did you get involved into 3d food printing?
This is something that was a natural progression. For a long time I have been involved in 3d printing professionally, used laser cutters for all sorts of things and do cake decorating as a hobby, 3dchef is a combination of my passions. Before 3d printing of food I was using my laser cutter to cut ,engrave and build things is food, such as laser engraved banana’s or objects fused together from sugar. 3d printing was the next step along that path.
3. What is your printing equipment?
A modified zcorp 3d printer
4. Most challenging part of working with sugar?
Part Strength. Like most powder based 3d printers, my printer will print whatever you like, but getting it out in one piece is the trick….
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