3-D printing: Imagining the possibilities

by Jeff Gelski
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Food Ink, a conceptual pop-up dinner, made its world premiere in London in July of 2016. 3-D printers made the utensils and furniture along with the 11-course dinner. Collaborators included architects, artists, chefs, designers and engineers. Two other Food Ink pop-up dinners were held in Spain.

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