10.6.09

Food Printing: Pasta

This pasta printer doesn't use cells like some of the other devices, it just liquifies the pasta material and prints out unique pasta shapes, one at a time into the green bowl. I think that whole communities would be built around people making their own pasta shapes. It would be a lot of fun. I've done some sample pasta shapes. Due Fiori sort of blooms on both sides when cooked. Agli in Camicia is a delicate open dumpling that you'd fill with meat or veggies before cooking. Casacci is random geometric pasta. On a side note, the green bowl was difficult to make, vac forming it first, then lasering it twice.




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