DIY 3D chocolate printer at home

Chocolate is an interesting and challenging material to work with because it requires accurate control of viscosity and temperature conditions. The melting point of chocolate is between 86° F (30° C) and 90° F (32° C). When the chocolate cools back to room temperature it will harden again. Although chocoate has a very narrow working potential for extrusion, you still can do a lot of interesting thing with it. If you can control the temperature, chocolate is a material which is particularly well suited for extrusion 3D printing.
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