The most beautiful and practical 3D printing drink

2022-09-22
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Beauty and practicality both 3D printing drinks business opportunities are emerging

Abstract: speaking of 3D printing drinks, people may have such questions: do we need it? Judging from the fact that there are not too many 3D printing drinks in reality, it is really possible that there is a new blue ocean hidden in it. 3D printing drinks will enter the public's vision together with food

speaking of 3D printing drinks, people may have such questions: do we need it? Judging from the fact that there are not too many 3D printing drinks in reality, it is really possible that there is a new blue ocean hidden in it. 3D printing drinks will enter the public's vision together with food

in recent years, from aerospace and gift customization, 3D printed food has launched an all-round march into human life. Although the landing is slow due to factors such as production speed, 3D printed food is being loved by more and more fashionable consumers, people with special physique, the elderly and patients with dysphagia thanks to its arbitrarily shaped shape, nutrient content that can be prepared on demand and controllable soft hardness

but when it comes to 3D printing drinks, people may have such questions: do we need it? After all, the drink itself does not have the problem of dysphagia, and its nutritional content is 12.7 times that of food × twelve point seven × 19mm3 is easier to adjust, and there are many kinds, and the appearance can also be modified to a certain extent. However, judging from the fact that there are not too many 3D printing drinks to test the water in the exhibitions of current extrusion technology suppliers, it is really possible that there is a new blue ocean hidden in it

the first to introduce 3D printing technology are some coffee and fruit juice manufacturers, who take 3D printing as a new technology to decorate their products as a selling point to attract consumers. There is no doubt that 3D printing has a much stronger beautifying ability on drinks than traditional methods, and it is successful in attracting customers

at the 2014 Chengdu Hotel Supplies Expo, Beijing Max International Technology Co., Ltd. launched a food 3D printer. The ink used is made of natural pigments of fruits and vegetables, which can be used to make coffee and other drinks. In 2015, steamcc launched a coffee puller "ripplemaker", which combines 3D printing and inkjet technology. Through the app, users can choose the shape they want, or convert the portrait into a lifelike cup of coffee, and it takes only 10 seconds. Lufthansa bought this system to serve passengers in business and first-class VIP rooms. In May this year, Estee Lauder opened a flash 3D printing coffee shop in Shanghai. The coffee machine in the shop can 3D print customers' favorite patterns in coffee, and even print photos and avatars, which is highly sought after by consumers

compared with the aesthetic effect, the practical value of 3D printing drinks will be a factor more valued by the business community. Although milk is a common drink, many people don't drink it, which has both psychological and physiological reasons. On the one hand, the operation mode of some dairy farms and too high milk taking frequency will cause harm to dairy cows and make some people have psychological exclusion; On the other hand, some people with lactose intolerance will not buy milk because it will cause discomfort. How to turn these groups into the purchasing power of milk? A company called perfectday in the United States chose to use 3D printing technology to make milk. By 3D printing cow DNA sequence and grafting it into yeast, nutrients similar to milk can be produced. This process reduces the pain of cows. At the same time, it is suitable for patients with lactose intolerance because it does not contain lactose. This synthetic milk is expected to be commercially available this year, and the price is similar to that of ordinary milk. As soon as the news came out, it even caused panic among dairy farmers in New Zealand, a major dairy exporter, because PLGA was corroded and degraded as a whole

3D printing drinks that seem to have no market demand are actually both beautiful and practical. At present, the attempts of several companies have only turned up small waves, but they have shown the great potential of this blue ocean to set off new trends. With the progress of technology and the participation of more enterprises, 3D printing drinks will enter the public's vision together with food

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