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FOOD-STRUSION

3D PRINTING FOOD MATTER

Food-strusion was an experimental workshop taught at MIT in January 2020. The workshop invited an inter-disciplinary collection of undergraduate and graduate MIT students to re-imagine how food could be prepared and consumed using CNC digital fabrication technologies.

2020 | Cambridge, MA

Food-strusion: 3D Printing Food Matter Workshop

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Instructor Molly Mason

Invited Food Consultant Willoughby Harrington

Participants Kira R Buttrey, Alana Chandler, Anika Kamath, WonKi Kang, Jonathan Bailey Marcus, Jesus Marini Parissi, Gaurav Rajaram Patekar, Ardalan SadeghiKivi, Tristan Searight, Floor van de Velde 

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MACHINE DESIGN

The machine was constructed from a Prusa kit which was hacked to include a stepper motor driven paste extruder.

FOOD PRINTING + NOZZLE DESIGN

One part of the workshop focused on developing mixtures of food that could stand up to the requirements of printing.

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MOLECULAR GASTRONOMY:

SPHERIFICATIO

Sphereification

DISSOLVABLE MOLDS

One part of the workshop focused on developing mixtures of food that could stand up to the requirements of printing.

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MOLLY MASON

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