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ChocaByte – 3D Chocolate Printer

Introducing the worlds first affordable personalized chocolate 3D PRINTER that allows you to express your feelings with chocolate gifts that fills the heart.
$99 3D Chocolate Printer

Limited to the first 500 orders we are proud to present the worlds first 3d Printer for under $100, that can be used without knowing CAD (Computer Aided Drawing). Initally we will be limiting production to only 500, custom built in our 3D printer workshop here in Sydney Australia. Each printer will be numbered from 001 to 500, so you can own a piece of 3D Printer history before this printer is mass produced in overseas factories. The time frame on delivery will be about 1- 3 months depending on what number you are.
(Quelle und Infos: www.solididea.com)

Introducing $99 3D chocolate printer

Quinn Karaitiana is passionate about the potential of 3D Printing and he introduced the first $99 3D chocolate printer ‚ChocaByte‘ at CES 2014. The ChocaByte printer was designed only days ago before the trade show, but it is claimed to be the world’s first affordable personalized chocolate 3D printer. The ChocaByte works with chocolate-filled cartridges. To use the printer you simply heat the chocolate cartridge in the microwave or hot water, then place the cartridge into the printer and press start. A chocolate print can be made in less than 10 minutes, says Quinn.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

3D Systems Sweetens Its Offering with New ChefJet™ 3D Printer Series

– 3D printing gets sweeter with kitchen-ready printers, NSF and UL certified
– Monochrome, countertop ChefJet and full-color ChefJet Pro
– Pastry Chef’s must have companion in bakery shops, restaurants and events
– Equipped with intuitive, easy to use, chef-friendly Digital Cookbook software
– Experience printed candy tastings live at CES in 3DS’ booth 31424, LVCC SH

3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) introduced today the ChefJet™ series of 3D printers, launching an entirely new, kitchen-ready 3D printer category for edibles. The first two printers in the series are the monochrome, countertop ChefJet 3D printer and the full-color, larger format ChefJet Pro 3D printer. Early feedback characterizes ChefJet as the must-have companion for the professional baker, cake master, and high-end event and restaurateur. Equipped with The Digital Cookbook, easy to use ChefJet software for the non-CAD user, the ChefJet printers enable stunning edible prints to be incorporated into any professional kitchen, effortlessly. The ChefJet series of printers will be showcased for the first time at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, NV, January 7-10, 2014, at the 3DS booth 31424, LVCC South Hall 3.
(…weiter auf 3dsystems.com)

World’s biggest pasta maker wants restaurants to 3D print your food — with their cartridges

3D printing is attractive to a lot of different people for a lot of different reasons, but in general its supporters talk about the economic and efficiency benefits; it can build things faster and easier than competing methods, bring down manufacturing costs and remove the need for large amounts of international shipping. That’s usually what you hear in defense of 3D printing — but now, Italian food corporation Barilla is looking to 3D print their art.
(…weiter auf geek.com)