Todd Reese wrote:
> i always thought it would be cool to fill a dtm machine with nestle's
> quik, and make solid chocolate bunnies for
> easter. anyone from dtm have those parameters? i do recall a company
> that used sla to prototype pills in the past.
> Monica & Glenn Whiteside wrote:
> Just saw some new Doritos corn snacks called "3D's"
> available in "Nacho
> Cheesier" and "Cooler Ranch" flavors. The shape has 3
> corners and is puffed
> out in the middle (from what I can tell by the picture on
> the coupon). My
> question is, has RP been used much in the design of food
> products or
> medicines? For example, design of a new snack chip or
> design of a pill that
> is easier to swallow, etc. Although I wouldn't want to be
> the one to test a
> new "Stereolithography" snack chip or pill!
> Glenn Whiteside
> For more information about the rp-ml, see
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> Ph: (317) 228-2200 x219 Indianapolis, IN 46268
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i could be wrong but it is my understanding that the first material that
FDM / Stratsys used was a chocolate for a Disney project.
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