Priced at 1,000 euros, the foodini is no cheap kitchen appliance. It is a 3D printer made to print foods – but not just space food or decorations. Natural Machines, based in Barcelona, wanted to create a machine that people would use in their kitchens on a daily basis to make cooking easier and less time-consuming without compromising food quality.
The 3D printer has a “heater built in to keep food warm during the printing process.”
Natural Machines is careful not to portray this machine as a futuristic, magical one. The 3D printer does not spurt out ready-made meals, but more accurately makes assembly during the cooking process quicker and easier.