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3D printing technology has long been used for prototyping exact digital designs. Much like printing ink in the X and Y direction on a piece of paper, 3D printers print starch, plastic, metals, etc in the X, Y and Z direction.
A little over a year ago professors at Exeter University in London developed the technology to chocolate print anything that can be designed on the computer, in chocolate (not plastic!) to create a never-ending possibility of customized food art. As of April 10 these Choc Creators are now on sale for approximately $4,000.00 USD and made by the company Choc Edge. Calling all confectioners, bakers and chefs, with some extra cash on hand!blog comments powered by Disqus