Auxiliary Tools: Industrial Gastronomy
Exploring digital manufacturing in an Industrial Kitchen
Auxiliary Tools is an investigation into idling technology and explores this through opportunities for design in context using 3D printing. Idling technology is defined as technology that lies unused for the majority of its time.
Auxiliary tools works on two fronts. One its explores the possibilities of kitchen goods being more sustainable by sharing components. Secondly it explores the use of digital manufacturing within a kitchen. In this scenario a designer works with a chef to creat new tools by using a 3d printer as a main tool.