With yet another nod to the way 3D printing is set to invade our kitchens the designer Janne Kyttanen has mocked up a series of printing concepts for food.
From tasty looking burgers to unique pasta with completely new shapes the idea is to show what we may be able to use this technology for in the future.
The designs at the minute use plastic but there's no reason why a cartridge on a 3D printer couldn't be filled with a pasta mix before printing intricate shapes and patterns.
There's even a team in America who believe they will one day be able to print a piece of meat.
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