Making Food beautiful is the task of the Food Designer, not only from the end consumer's seductive packages but as what ends in its stomach. With the advanced features of TYPE EDIT, TYPE ART and TYPE CAM Food Designers can build prototypes and finished prints in no time, insuring a reactive design process from concept to realisation.
*Electro-erosion is a manufacturing process aiming to mark and engrave hard to cut materials used for dies and molds. Often made of Copper or Graphite the electrode is the machined element creating the marking/engraving at a given depth. The shape of the electrode can be as various as the design to be engraved, the first manufacturing interest being able to build squared cavities where usual rotating tooling would shape or mark badly the area. Thanks to an electrical pulse built between the hard material and the power supplied electrode, the electricity replace the tool contact by punching the material with a high intensity, burning and marking the part at a defined depth insuring the end result in the mold and onwards the end user product built from it.