3D Printed Smart Oven Cooked Up By Fathom

by Mitchel Dumlao July 30, 2015

By Chris Wood Via Gizmag

From jet engines to office buildings, we've seen all manner of things constructed using 3D-printing techniques, but we're yet to see it used to make something that can cook us a hot meal. Until now that is. The Pyra, by Oakland-based company Fathom, is the first 3D-printed smart oven.

Despite taking its name (at least in part) from “pyro” – the Greek word for fire – the Pyra smart oven is entirely flameless. Made from 3D-printed, engineering-grade plastics, the device uses a fan in its base to circulate air over heating elements and through an intricate system of air ducts, achieving temperatures of up to 375° F (190° C).

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Mitchel Dumlao
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