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NASA throws some money at an engineer who is developing a 3D food printer. First challenge? Making a pizza.

Star Trek food replicators will always be the holy grail of space-snack technology, but we could be edging a step closer to the dream thanks to the work of mechanical engineerAnjan Contractorwith Systems and Materials Research in Austin, Texas.

Systems and Materials Research recently received a $125,000 grant from NASA to make a pizza. OK, its a little more complicated than that. Contractor already created a proof-of-concept printer that can print chocolate onto a cookie. His next goal is to print out dough and cook it while printing out sauce and toppings.

Contractor isnt just planning to use cartridges full of red sauce, but rather the building blocks of food products. Cartridges full of powders and oils could be combined to make different foods. These cartridges would have extremely long shelf lives, making them appropriate for feeding astronauts during long-distance space travel.

The way we are working on it is, all the carbs, proteins and macro and micro nutrients are in powder form. We take moisture out, and in that form it will last maybe 30 years,Contractor told news site Quartzin an article posted Tuesday.

This doesnt sound like a sublime foodie experience, but it could be a practical way to keep people fed all the way to Mars. It could also offer a lot more variety than the usual freeze-dried fare. Five months into your trip to Mars, I bet a hot 3D-printed pizza with a mystery protein layer would taste pretty dang good.

Contractor is starting work on building the prototype pizza printer. In case youre hungry right now, you can check out his chocolate printer below.

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Foodiniis a 3D printer for foodstuffs. Its Florida-based makers are hoping their time-saving device becomes as ubiquitous on kitchen countertops as the microwave oven has become.

But instead of forcing people to rely on highly processed convenience food thats larded with additives and unhealthy levels of salt, as microwave meals generally are, they want Foodini to get more people cooking with fresh ingredients, rather than reaching for that pre-processed packet.

The Foodini 3D printer automates some of the cooking preparation process, by for instance, printing out individual ravioli instead of the cook having to make the dough and fill and assemble each individual piece themselves. Its not replacing all the preparation required to make the meal, but its likely going to speed up aspects of food preparation (without necessarily sacrificing the freshness of the ingredients being used).

Currently the Foodini is at the prototype stage, with maker Natural Machines taking to Kickstarter to raise $100,000 to get the device to market. At the time of writing theyve raised just under $30,000 with 29 days left of the campaign to run so things are looking good on the funding momentum front.

How does Foodini differ to other food-focused 3D printers? The big difference is users arent required to use only pre-filled food capsules.

The machine uses open capsules that users load up with foodstuffs of their choice. Its not entirely a free-for-all of course. Food has to be of the right texture to print so it can be squeezed through the Foodinis pipes. Ergo, that means youre going to need to prepare those fresh chickpeas/chicken by blending into a nutrient slurry first. Yummy!

The machine can also print both savory and sweet dishes, so isnt limited to just printing sugary candies as some 3D printers are.

The range of foodstuffs Foodinis makers have managed to print thus far include the likes of ravioli, pizza, burgers, crackers, cookies and elaborate chocolate vases. Edible plate decorations are another option and the decorative potential of the device is something Natural Machines is hoping will interest restaurants and food businesses.

They also say they are considering working with retailers who could prepare pre-packaged food capsules fresh in-store as an added convenience for consumers who cant be bothered getting food to the right blended consistency to work in the device. (Getting retailers to do that without larding the capsules with the sorts of additives that might be required to ensure the prepared food remains the right consistency to squeeze through the printers pipes may well be a challenge, though. And if additives end up going in, the food thats being piped out isnt going to be quite so fresh.)

The print time per dish apparently varies depending on factors such as its complexity and the number of ingredients it contains (the Foodini is being designed to hold up to five food capsules at a time). Flatter food types can take a couple of minutes to print, while intricate chocolate sculptures can take 20 minutes, says Natural Machines on anFAQon its website.

Food can be printed and eaten straight away if its consumable raw or the ingredients has been pre-cooked. Or, if required, printed items can be cooked post-print before consumption.

The Foodini has a touchscreen on the front where users select the recipe they want to print, and then load in the ingredients and hit print. They will also be able to configure things like the shapes being printed, and the print layout.

Natural Machines says its also building a website for Foodini where users will be able to browse through recipes. And its planning to release APIs so third-party developers can customise recipe applications.

How much is Foodini going to cost? Early bird Kickstarter backers are being offered it at $999. Once all those pledges have gone, its going to rise to $1,200. Estimated ship times for those pledge levels are January 2015 but if you really cant wait to wrap your taste buds around this paste-based future, then a $2,000 pledge will put you first in line to get a Foodini with an estimated ship date of next October.

Foodini is the first 3D food printer to print all types of real, fresh, nutritious foods, from savory to sweet. Designed for home and professional kitchens, Foodini comes with empty food capsules. You prepare and place fresh, real ingredients in Foodini. No fake food. No being forced to buy pre-filled food capsules. Made with fresh ingredients, this is real food… 3D printed.

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Three-dimensional printing has burst onto the technological scene with a lot of promise. The past 30 years have seen rapid advances in the quality of printers, how long it takes to print a finished object, and how affordable a machine is. In addition, there is now greater diversity in the materials that you can use to print objects and there are more people creating and sharing designs. It is an exciting environment, but up until now most of the objects to come out of printers have been plastic toys. There is so much potential in the combination of advanced CAD software and mechanical extruders. For example, some cutting-edge researchers are attempting a new idea: 3D-printed food. This could solve world hunger if someone can figure out how to do it cost-effectively.

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The idea of using 3D printers to make food is not originally Contractors. Many scientists have discussed how it would work and what the advantages might be. Two scientists in particular Jeffrey I. Lipton, a Cornell Ph.D. candidate in engineering and Hod Lipson, a Cornell engineering professor agree that humanity needs to produce much more food in the coming decades. Lipson looked to thedemocratization of the printing processas a strength. Printers are becoming cheap enough forhome use, and people can now experiment with them. In addition, the recipes are free and easy to share, because they are little more than lists of machine instructions. Those two factors should inspire a burst of creativity that will lead to more innovation coming out of the printing field. Lipton, on the other hand, saw the potential for makingcustomized or modified food. He envisioned a world where parents could print out healthy food in novelty shapes for their kids. The possibility of making food as needed might also reduce food costs by cutting out a lot of middlemen. However, these points about customized diets are still a little unfounded.

There is agreement among scientists that this demographic crisis is coming, but less agreement on what to do about it. Many biologists have noted the high degree ofprotein present in insects. There are many insects that die every day, so why not use their bodies as a protein source? Combining this with Contractors idea means we might be able to truly deliver a new food experience, withprotein derived from insects, which could form the basis of the protein powders. There are other types of protein, but insects are very nutrient-dense and easy to find. One of the main reasons to doubt 3D printing is that you still need to create and refine the ingredients. A 3D printer cannot grow crops, at least not yet. That means there is still a layer of processing steps, which might be energy or resource-intensive. It is very important not to crown one method supreme because it is clear that just one will not be enough to solve the impending food crisis.

While 3D printing for the masses is still in its infancy, there are some very interesting developments on the way. This goal of making food come from a powder is unlikely to hit mass-market acceptance. Over time, though, it might become necessary if people ever develop a need for food that will last longer. Sooner or later, people will begin to share recipes for 3D-printed food. At first, it will be nothing more than a novelty. Over time, however, it will grow until it is a major part of our food supply, or so these scientists believe. Other demographers predict adeclining populationinstead. The pursuit of 3D-printed food could lead to a second Green Revolution in food production.

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NASA has a long history of leveraging the advantages of 3D printing for its operations. They have already made use of EBAM and SLA. This time around, they have developed a new 4D fabric that helps shield space shuttles from meteorites.This new fabric also helps insulate the space vessels from extreme heat.

The material was made by systems engineer Raul Polit Casillas. The fabric is a combination of undisclosed metal substances. One of the ways in which it deters excess heat is that it has 2 sides: one which reflects heat and one that absorbs it. Both these sides work in tandem to produce a thermal control for passive heat management.

Another very promising quality of the fabric is that, as the lead scientists have pointed out, it is programmable. Programmable materials are a product of 4D printing. This allows researchers to install various functions into the fabric in response to factors such as, for example heat or sound. In reaction to these stimuli it can react in kind. This is particularly useful in spaceflight where the environment is so extreme and in need for versatile machineries and materials.

The 4D fabric material is ideal for space flight due to various other properties as well. It is also flexible and foldable, making it ideal for use within the sheath of spacecrafts. In fact, its thin and flexible structure also lends it to possible use in space suits themselves. NASA is planning to program it for future applications as well. They have, as of yet, not revealed what the fabric is composed of.

Space travel projects, and particularly NASA, have a storied history together. Many space exploration programs have made great use of 3D printing. As mentioned earlier, NASA frequently use EBAM (electron beam additive manufacturing) to develop space tech.

NASA (and even air travel companies) find the ease of use that 3D printing allows to be a very handy. It has also allowed them to experiment with many different materials. NASA has supported 3D printing in other ways as well. One of which is encouraging the creation ofproducts in space through competitions likethe 3D printed habitat challenge.

If youre interested in 3D printings potential role in space travel, here are other stories:

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