3D printing is making a big impact in the food industry.
Making food look extravagant is only one part of the puzzle. It also has to taste good too. The problem with most 3D printers is that it’s not possible to use edible products during the creation process.
Thanks to the creators of the Discov3ry Paste Extruder, users can now use paste-like materials as ink. The best part is that you can use almost any 3D printer to get the job done. The add-on is only an extension, which can save people the hassle and money of needing to purchase an entire new system.
Besides food, the add-on can also be used to print silicon products. This opens up a whole new range of items for dentists, construction firms and plastic surgeons.
What would you print with the Discov3ry Paste Extruder? Share your thoughts with us.
Discov3ry Paste Extruder: Affordable Add-on for 3D Printers | Kickstarter