(English) 3D prinitng in the wine business

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Duann-Scott/583808784 Duann Scott

    As someone who contemplates wine and 3D printing in almost equal parts it is encouraging to read that the wine industry is starting to consider this.

    If you want to give 3D printing a try check out http://www.shapeways.com/ where you can upload a design to have it 3D printed in polymer, stainless steel, silver, ceramics and more. Let me know if you need a hand getting your ideas 3d printed.

    Cheers

    Duann

  • Jeff

    I almost feel the future would be wines delivered in lighter plastics with the user having the ability to print their own bottle and bottle in the wine if need be. With modern technology, i would think that the glass bottle is a horribly inefficient way to store a liquid. It’s heavy, takes up space and being round, not the most ideal storage shape.

    Ah well, perhaps it might work better with Tea.
    Jeff
    http://www.brownteacup.com

    • Oscar Quevedo

      Nice idea, but if not glass, in which other neutral and cheap material can you store wine?

  • 匿名

    There is aswell a acceptance that awning press may abandon in the
    future. However, if it is to survive there is a charge to ensure
    constancy and advance in the use of technology.