Revo Foods offers 3D printed salmon as one of the top 5 menu items.


Welcome to another edition of our top five videos, where we bring you the most fascinating and recent content in the world of 3D printing. Get ready to dive into the world of innovation and creativity with these captivating videos!

In our first video, we have an exclusive interview with Robin Simsa, the CEO and co-founder of Revo Foods, an Austrian startup that is revolutionizing seafood production. By utilizing 3D printing technology, Revo Foods creates fish alternatives from plant ingredients, with a focus on replicating the texture complexities and flavor profiles of real fish. This video provides a glimpse into the future of 3D-printed food, offering exciting culinary possibilities. Watch the video to learn more about this game-changing approach to sustainable seafood production!

Next up, we explore Bambu Lab printers’ efficient methods for multi-material 3D printing. While these printers excel in their capabilities, they do produce some filament waste during the changeover process. Teaching Tech provides valuable insights and practical solutions to minimize waste and improve printing efficiency. Adjusting flushing volumes, global multipliers, and printing multiple models simultaneously are just a few of the strategies covered in this video. If you’re looking to optimize your multi-material 3D printing experience, don’t miss out on these tips!

In this video, we join Unnecessary Inventions as they unbox and set up the K1 Max 3D printer from Creality. But this isn’t just any ordinary project – Unnecessary Inventions aims to create a life-sized 3D printed version of himself! Scaling up a 3D model, printing each part individually, and assembling them with glue, Unnecessary Inventions brings their own 3D replicated man to life. This project showcases not only the possibilities of 3D printing but also the creativity and humor that can be achieved.

Prepare to be amazed as we take you on a four-year journey of 3D printing a full-sized Lamborghini Aventador-inspired supercar. Sterling Backus, a man with degrees in physics and engineering, undertook this ambitious project driven by his son’s fascination with the car. Sourcing parts from junkyards, installing a V8 engine, and printing over 1,000 pieces for the car body, Sterling’s dedication shines through. The final result may not be perfect, but it showcases his passion and inspires others in the fields of STEM.

Finally, in our own 3D Explained series, Elliot delves into common FDM 3D printing issues and their solutions. From bed adhesion problems to stringing and nozzle clogs, this episode provides helpful tips to ensure successful prints. Each challenge encountered in 3D printing is viewed as an opportunity to learn and improve in this ever-evolving field. So don’t give up, keep printing!

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