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Pop-Up Restaurant Serving 3D Printed Food on Tour

3Dutch 3D printer manufacturer byFlow has formed the “Food Ink” organisation to take their 3D printed food pop-up restaurant on a worldwide tour. 

Designers, chefs and technologists from London, Barcelona and Maastricht will open temporary “print-out pop-up” restaurants serving 3D printed food in various locations. Not only the food will be created by a 3D printer but also the restaurant’s furniture, flatware, plates, cups, vases, art and lighting.

The tour will start off at the 3D Printing Food Conference in Venlo,  where a select number of VIPs will get served a five-dish menu on April 12. If you stop by at their pop up restaurant you might be lucky and get a free 3D printed snack.

The mobile byFlow 3D printer is already part of a pilot project at the Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn, where customers can create their own food designs and have them 3D printed.

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