3D chocolate printer on the horizon
Jul 05, 2011 by CGP Staff
The chocolate printer is the result of a project led by the University of Exeter in collaboration with the Brunel University and software developer Delcam. According to Dr Liang Hao, lead researcher of the project, “there is […] no wastage as any unused or spoiled material can be eaten.” A friendly UI for designing the chocolate objects is also under development. Researchers hope that an online retail business will host a website for users to upload their chocolate designs for 3D printing and delivery. More at the University of Exeter.