3D printing is venturing beyond plastic and into your home
When you think of what 3D printing can do, you probably imagine simple plastic models and parts — clever, but not exactly revolutionary. If you ask Dovetailed’s Vaiva Kalnikaite and Make’s Anna Kaziunas France, however, they’ll tell you that 3D printers can accomplish much, much more. Dovetailed’s 3D-printed fruit is just the start of what you can do with food, for example. Kalnikaite told Engadget Expand guests that 3D printing offers not just extra creativity with how you present meals, but a way to change the meals themselves. Do you like the taste of bananas, but not their texture?