Israel-based startup Redefine Meat aims to launch 3D printers that will let food distributors make plant-based steaks mimicking real beef next year. Called “Alt-Steak,” this meatless alternative will first make rounds at high-end restaurants this year before shipping its industrial-scale 3D printers to meat distributors in 2021. Read more for a video and additional information.
Just like normal 3D printers, each Alt-Steak is created with individual layers of Alt-Muscle, Alt-Fat and Alt-Blood formulas. By doing this, Redefine Meat has full control over the composition of the alternative meat.
- ◆EASY TO USE◆：Easy to set up, leveling was a breeze. Software is relatively simple to use. Only 4 settings far fewer settings to adjust vs FDM printer.
- ◆INCREDIBLE RESOLUTION◆：Make tiny parts with accuracy, much smoother detail and quality than the FDM printer.
- ◆FAST SHIPPING◆: Multiple models on a build plate don't add to the build time. A larger miniature takes about 2-3 hours, 6 at once takes the same 2-3 hours.
- ◆INDUSTRIAL QUALITY◆: All of the faces have a perfect satin finish. Any curves, chamfers, or bevels are are flawless. All of the blue bits and all of the red knobs are anodized.
- ◆AFTER-SALE SERVICE◆:All ANYCUBIC 3D printers are backed with lifetime technical support;any questions regarding product operation or software please feel free to contact us.
Since day one of the company, we have been working on creating a tasty and affordable plant-based alternative to steaks, one of the most cherished food products and the driver of the entire meat industry. To enable mass adoption, we knew that creating an alternative meat product that was both high in quality and nutritional composition would require new technologies and production processes never seen before in the food industry,” said Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, CEO and Co-Founder of Redefined Meat.