Last Week, author Stephan R. Meier gave us a glimpse into the future at the presentation of his thrilling science-fiction book “NOW”.
The visionary “Reading 4.0” took place in Munich. Alongside robots and drones, our 3D Food Printer Bocusini® was again part of it and provided the guests of the exciting reading with NOW-Logos made of marzipan. These were highly sought-after: both, as nourishment for nerves and as a beautiful event-give-away.
Experience 3D Food Printing System Bocusini live in action in Paris, France on 15th-17th of June.
Where?: @Viva Technology taking place Parc Des Expositions (Paris Expo).
You will find us and our Bocusini at STAND Nr. M08-028 at the lab of Sodexo who invited us (thank you!).
On the 17th this great exhibition described as the hub for the world’s innovators, tech-lovers and pioneers of the future will be open to the public! Here you find more information: https://vivatechnology.com/grand-public/
We are so much looking forward to meeting you there and demonstrate you the amazing possibilities of 3D Food Printing!
Coming week, Bocusini will participate in the Global Food Innovation Summit Seeds&Chips where Barack Obama will be keynote speaker. Therefore we thought that it would be cool to 3D food print him in Marzipan. So we did.
And here it is – a sweet 3D Selfie of Barack Obama:
Did you know that Obama was the first president of the USA who was 3D scanned? The 3D scan was performed by a team of the Smithsonian Institute.
By the way: Bocusini will be speaker in the session about 3D Food Printing on 11th of May! Yes, it is still unbelieveable: at the same conference as the former president of the USA…
The photo in the background: Official_portrait_of_Barack_Obama_ By Pete Souza, The Obama-Biden Transition Project [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons
The presentations of our 3D Food Printing System Bocusini by Teresa and Eva Marlena at Bakkersvak (the national trade fair for bakers in the Netherlands in Rosmalen) got a lot of attention. Here we want to share some impressions of our small but nice stand with you.
This was a great start into the exhibition season. Already nex week, we will travel to Hamburg where we are looking for meeting you at the Internorga and Gastrovision.
We were able to convince the Südback expert jury of our 3D Food Printing System Bocusini® and are very proud of winning the Trend Award 2016. This top-class award is classified to be an important trendsetter in the bakery and confectionery business.
The award ceremony was part of the opening event of Südback (the fair for the bakery and confectionery trades) on October 22nd.
Gerd, Melanie and Sebastian (the 3 on the right) had the honour to take receipt of the prize in the name of the whole team.
World debut: Original bridal couple in marzipan – 3D scanned and food printed
At the trade fair Suedback in Stuttgart (22.10-25.10.2016) we present a highly innovative world novelty:
From now on, everybody is able to scan a bridal couple in approx. 4 minutes using a tablet with a special 3D camera. After that the 3D food printer Bocusini Pro is modelling the bridal couple fully automatically. Special knowledge is not necessary. With a final modelling step, confectioners may add their own personal touch.
After the successful shipping of more than 100 Bocusini plug & play 3D Food Printing Systems, the startup Print2Taste will now focus on the development of innovative food refills and applications. Here, especially for expert users in the field of confectionary, bakery, gastronomy or catering) new fascinating business cases should be visible.
Therefore, within the next months several new Bocusini food refills will be available. Here, Bocusini Choco will be the first product enabling access to a new world of creatively printed food objects.
It’s really plug & play: Just load the refill in the Bocusini system, easily create your own object and start your print.
Fascinating choco objects with filigree wall thickness or complex shapes will be the nice reward for your efforts. A variety of different applications available for all Bocusini owners on the Bocusini web platform, will additionally enable all users to realise objects refined with their own delicious food fillings and creative decorations.
Although, due to the natural limitations of the food material, not all shapes may presently be realised, a huge variety of creative objects is imaginable.
We are really happy to tell you, that all preordered 3D food printing systems have meanwhile left our facilities. The whole team likes to thank you all for your faith in our project and the patience during the last months.
The development of such a new and innovative product is always a huge experience of sun and rain, highlights and drawbacks. Therefore, I would additionally take the opportunity to thank the whole team being involved in the development, production and fulfilment at Print2Taste. They had been facing a lot of challenges concerning the Bocusini 3D food printer, the printable food products and the user interface.
Many thanks also to our partner printrbot and here especially to Brook and Byrren and the whole team behind for a lot of fruitful and challenging discussions and the support with the present printer system.
We hope, that for all of us, this will only be the first step to a new world of incredible impressive printable food products. At the moment, we are aiming on the development of new use cases or business models for our Bocusini owners. This could be for example the print of company logos or personalised messages on desert plates or cakes or the production of give-aways for customers. Economically much more interesting use cases will soon be visible here on bocusini.com.
Bocusini is still the worldwide only universal plug & play 3D food printing system. To confirm this, we will soon launch 4 additional printable food products available as refill for the Bocusini system.
Did you know that there is the „Skyscraper Day“ on 3rd of September? For us, this is a good opportunity for reporting on our first large give-away production and for launching the video of producing 450 miniature Upper-West skyscraper give-aways made out of marzipan.
The occasion was the topping-out ceremony of the Upper West on 19th of May, which was build next to the “Gedächtniskirche” in Berlin. Each guest should be provided with his or her own miniature Upper West as take away. Thus, we produced them at our facilities in Freising and brought them safely to Berlin. Additionally we accompanied the event in the Upper West with a demonstration showing the Bocusini® 3D Food Printing System live in action.