Rollware: multipurpose roll

Rollware: multipurpose roll

Do you know those things you see out there and think “Why the hell didn’t I invent this?”? A friend told me one day that the ideas are all in the air, floating among us. What happens is that some people take these ideas and… tchanan! They show the world practical, fun and very useful creations. Rollware is one of those inventions. Developed by designers Joanne Choueiri, Giulia Cosenza and Povilas Raskevicius, it is the most used tool by bakers, with small (but large) changes. In the traditional wooden roll, laser cutouts were made to apply a mass stamp. To make the project even more interesting, other rolls have shapes that cut the dough to form an edible plate. Look at the practicality and sustainability there, people!
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In total, there are four models of prints and four sizes of circumferences. The designers divided the steps into three: kneading, shaping and cutting the dough. The cool thing is that each piece will have a different result at the end, since you can control the force applied to the roll. You can serve appetizers, such as cheese and olives in baskets. Visiting them will love it. And you like it?
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Here is a video that shows how it works:
[vimeo]63319873[/vimeo]

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