Flexible and free-form products

Food and medicine from 3D printers are well-known examples of flexible and free-form products. These products help advance human development and industry. Discover our knowledge and expertise.

More then 25 years of experience with flexible and free-form products

Flexible and free-form products are the key to pioneering technologies and applications that will create new value chains and improve people's overall health.

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UK MasterChef winner Tim Anderson experiments with 3D printed pasta

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9 August 2022

The winner of MasterChef UK series 7, Tim Anderson, experiments with 3D printed pasta from BluRhapsody, a collaboration between Italian pasta makers Barilla and TNO. The results were satisfactory. Kjeld van Bommel, senior consultant 3D Food and Pharma Printing at TNO, explains how the triple collaboration took shape.

Food pharma printing

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In new Additive Manufacturing laboratories, we’re engaged in development and experiments to improve 3D printing of food and pharmaceuticals.

3D printing for flexible production of personalised medicine

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Tailor-made solutions in drug development are often costly and difficult. One solution is 3D printing of personalised medicines.

Our expertise in flexible and free-form products

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With our expertise and network, we develop flexible and free-form products that advance the industry and overall human health.

The future of 3D-printed food made possible

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Together with DFPI, we’re taking the lead in research to establish whether 3D-printed foodstuffs are the food of the future.