Goal of “PrintEat” is, indeed, to revolutionize the concept of pasta, at least in the appearance in which we used to know!
The designers are invited to join a creative effort to subvert the traditional patterns of production (extrusion and mold) by producing morphologies that can be accomplished only through 3D printing!
…The creative contest has been commissioned to Thingarage by a notorious international brand, leader in the field of food & beverages.
We can not tell you more than that..but if you’re curious and you are interested in knowing who’s behind this contest, we warmly advice you to subscribe to thingarage, join the contest and download its toolkit!
You’ll discover precious informations that will be surely useful to start creating!
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