Designer creates 3D Printed Bowls and Plates Made From Sugar

By on October 15, 2013

3D printing technology has already been used to create elegant, edible 3D printed sweets made out of sugar. But now designer Philippe Malouin is using a 3D printer to create a variety of sugar-based plates and bowls in a project called Dunes. While the idea of edible sugar dishware that simply melts away in the sink is pretty sweet, Malouin was actually commissioned by the Staffordshire ceramics company 1882 Ltd to create a model of mass-produced fine bone china that retains the same sandy texture.

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