Introducing Foodini: A 3D Food Printer
Foodini is a 3D food printer that looks stylistically clean in any kitchen. A great looking appliance matched by its functionality designed for use every day, it helps create sweet or savory cuisine.
Purple Potato Plate Divider
Ranging from everyday foods to more elaborate creations, Foodini makes food with height and shape (e.g., chocolate 3D figures), or flatter foods (e.g., crackers). As it’s technically a 3D printer, you could say we print food.
Valentine’s Day Cookies
The food is real food, made from fresh ingredients that you prepare in your home. One of our goals is to keep the food natural and appetizing.
Burgers Meat Printing
Foodini does not cook food. If necessary, it can keep food warm as it works as it contains a heating element. You can think of it as an assembly (e.g., assembling ravioli, or printing chocolate in a shape) and finishing appliance (e.g., to design your food, or a plate decoration.)
Burger Roll Printer
Burger Cheese Printing
Burger Plated Open Top
We envision a future for 3D printed food that goes far beyond just chocolate or engineered food. (Although we do chocolate too!)
Fish & Chips
This is real 3D printed food.
Pizza Dough Printing
Pizza Sauce Printing
Pizza Before Cooking
Pizza On Plate
Quiche Spinach Dinosaur
A new generation kitchen appliance that combines technology, food, art, and design – on Kickstarter.
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