Israeli scientists have developed a 3D printer for printing food from nanocellulose. According to the publication oane.ws, researchers at the Hebrew University are planning to release such devices for the consumer. As expected, print food printers can go on sale in the next five years, and a number of food service establishments will be able to purchase them yet.
So far, the prototype unique device can print only the dough. However, engineers from Jerusalem claim that in the future with the help of printer you can create completely different dishes. Scientists say that nanocellulose is a natural fiber which is easily degradable in human body.
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3D printers will process the contents of the special cartridges infrared laser, heating the raw material and giving it the shape according to the chosen computer program. Depending on the temperature of the food can be roasted, baked, or boiled.