PepsiCo engineer: 3D printing could speed up the product development process
By Elaine Watson
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Dr Anshul Dubey, a senior manager in PepsiCo's global snacks R&D division, said he saw potential in using 3D printing for rapid prototyping (optimizing the design of a wavy potato snack), or for quickly creating parts for machines such as extruders to test new snacking concepts and designs rather than something that might necessarily be used to mass-produce the finished food product itself.
Picture: Chloé Rutzerveld, University of Eindhoven