Here’s a really great DIY food printing cart — check out the wicker cart design to trap the wax paper for printing! Via YankoDesign:
The 3d printing industry has been transformed from a handful of manufacturers producing costly machines, to hundreds of individuals creating their own machines and sharing the instructions on how to make them. The incredible accessibility to this technology has the potential to affect many aspects of our daily lives, including how we think about food. What if instead of street hot dog stands we had 3D food printer carts?! This twist on the classic food cart sheds light on the future of this awesome tech.
The printer here creates what I’m guessing are simple chocolate confections, but this just scrapes the surface of what these machines might be capable of in the way of food!
And here is another rig from this same project (I must assume) with their 3D paste extruder in a MakerBot CupCake CNC:
Special thanks to Anthony for spotting my transmogrification of this into a 3D Printed Foot Cart! — Matt
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