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Nas Daily creator shines spotlight on 3D-printed food

Viral video sensation Nuseir Yassin joins top investors at OurCrowd event discussing how 3D printing is bigger, faster and even tastier

Your next salmon fillet could be 3D printed instead of fished – and it could be made of vegetables.

That’s the promise of Plantish, an Israeli startup whose 3D printing technology creates food that looks, feels and tastes like real salmon, but is produced entirely from plants.

OurCrowd will showcase the premiere of a new video from ‘Nas Daily’ superstar Nuseir Yassin on Plantish during ‘New Frontiers in 3D Printing: Food, infrastructure, and high-speed manufacturing,’ online on Tuesday, March 8th.

Yassin will join some of Israel’s most prominent entrepreneurs and investors, including Erez Vigodman, ex-CEO of Strauss and Teva Pharmaceuticals, and Avi Reichental, a world pioneer of 3D printing, to discuss how the technology is emerging into the business mainstream.

Israeli celebrity chef Nir Zook will outline his favorite recipe for cooking the Plantish “salmon” fillet for his restaurants. Ofek Ron, the co-founder and CEO of Plantish, will explain the thinking behind the company and its business strategy.

Ronen Orr, a veteran Israeli manufacturer, will introduce the audience to Largix, the first company to develop and commercially deploy 3D robotic printers that produce huge storage tanks and other industrial items. Erez Vigodman will explain why he invested in Largix and became its chairman, while vice chairman Yishai Amir will describe how his experience leading the printing, design and graphics revolution at HP informs the 3D printing mission of Largix today. Geert Denutte, founder of CGK Group, explains why his company is using Largix’s technology to 3D print room-sized tanks for storing and transporting dangerous chemicals.

Avi Reichental became the President and CEO of 3D Systems in 2003 and has spent more than 20 years leading the global 3D printing industry. Today he is the CEO, Chairman and co-founder of Nexa3D, which makes the fastest 3D printers for manufacturing and industry. He will discuss how 3D printing can compete for speed and cost, printing components for a range of household names from dental companies to the Williams Formula 1 racing team.

To register for OurCrowd’s ‘New Frontiers in 3D Printing: Food, infrastructure, and high-speed manufacturing,’ online on Tuesday, March 8th, click HERE.

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