This is what a lemon cake created by 3D printing looks like

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Certainly in recent weeks we have seen how certain companies, especially highly oriented to the catering sector, begin to investigate and develop certain ideas where 3D printing is becoming increasingly powerful when manufacturing certain products such as chocolate sweets, pizzas, hamburgers or, as is the case, even a lemon tart.

As is the case that brings us together on this occasion, tell you that the idea of ​​creating a lemon cake using 3D printing technologies has been the chef's Sylvain Joffre, same that currently works for the restaurant 'En pleine nature ', In collaboration with Fritz hoff, member of the FabLab of Maastricht.

Impressive demonstration of how a lemon cake can be made using 3D printing.

Without a doubt, as the authors of this work have commented, we are facing just a demonstration of the possibilities that 3D printing can offer Within the world of catering or pastry, in this case, a world that within not too long will undergo a very important revolution by adapting its way of working to the use and needs of this type of technology.

As a final detail, tell you that the demonstration of how a lemon meringue cake can be made using 3D printing has been carried out during the celebration of the FabLab Festival, held just a few days ago in Touluse (France). During the event, it was made clear to all those present that 3D printing, among other things, allows gastronomy to be sublimated while offering a wide range of possibilities when creating textures.


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