March 16, 2014
Printing food may sound like science fiction but not for Kyle Von Hasseln, who this week unveiled a 3D printer in Austin (USA) that produces candies, chocolate necklaces and edible decorations for bridal cakes.
Chef Jet and its more sophisticated version Chef Jet Pro will be available on the market at the end of this year, as explained in an interview with Efe Von Hasseln, who presented the prototype at the multidisciplinary festival of technology, music and cinema South by Southwest (SXSW) held in Austin.
The machine will retail for between $ 4,000 and $ 10,000, depending on how many colors it can print.
via The food of the future can be printed in three dimensions.
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