Food printing: japanese waves pattern for meringue pie

This japanese pattern can be 3d printed with food such as meringue

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This 3d file is inspired by a traditional pattern in Japan. His name is Seigaiha, which can be translated as Waves of the Blue Ocean. This pattern represents fan-shaped waves of the open sea. The name originates from the gagaku ancient court dance called Seigaiha, in which the dancers wear costumes with this pattern.
The pattern is fractured to leave a flaw, an opening for the fruits of this pie.
We have successfully printed this design in meringue, royal icing and chocolate.
To find recipes and slicing parameters:
https://www.lapatisserienumerique.com/en/cakewalk-3d-en/recipes/

To buy the extruder to install on your 3D printer:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/digitalpatisserie/cakewalk-3d-a-handy-food-extruder-for-your-own-3d-printer

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Be24aff4d66ae464083362d6c8b13aaa?default=blank&size=40Marine_CB published this design ago