I’m sure we’ve all seen or been a part of the debates about 3D printing food safe items. It seems to me that there are two main arguments always made about it:
The print itself isn’t food safe due to the layer lines where bacteria can live
The act of the filament passing through the nozzle makes the material no longer food safe, as the nozzle itself isn’t food safe.
So with these in mind, are there any methods or materials out there to guarantee maximum food safety? I have soo many ideas for food safe 3D prints, I want to make this happen!