Digging a little deeper, I wanted to see if there was a food equivalent - specifically, sweets. And surprisingly, there are culinary and food 3-D printers. I came across an article in Design News about Sugar Lab, a Silver Lake, CA company started by an architectural design husband-and-wife team specializing in custom sugar creations made from granulated sugar. Amazing work!
|Source: The Sugar Lab. |
UK-based Choc Edge also produces a 3-D machine, this time made just for chocolate. The videos for it mainly show intricate flat works, especially useful for creating chocolate portraiture. You can buy it directly from Choc Edge.
|Source: Choc Edge.|
I'm already thinking of all the fun Christmas cookies I could decorate using a machine like this if I had one in my kitchen. :)