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    3D Printing Food

    Hi

    I'm interested in finding 3d printers that are reliable and are used for food preparation. If anyone knows anything please let me know.

    Thanks

    Nicole
    www.onestop3dprintershop.com

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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    see your original thread :-)

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    Chocedge is one of the first chocolate-exclusive 3D printer. Food Ink is just the latest in many creative applications related to food of 3D Printing technologies.

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    The Velleman K8200 aka 3Drag printer has an optional paste extruder kit that allows you to create prints with anything in the kitchen that is paste-like.
    Chocolate is an expertise in itself because it needs very specific heating and cooling regimens, so there is a learning curve. And I recommend using the printer for food only. Keep us updated on your results!

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    think a DA Vinci mini 3D Printer may be a good choice. also i work for essay grading online and there i edited one paper on 3d food printing and in that paper there were two artccles you may find interesting:
    1-http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/06/tech/innovation/foodini-machine-print-food/
    2-https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/3d-food-printers-how-they-could-change-what-you-eat/
    best

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    if you see in the market variety of 3D printers you will find in the market with the specialised food making capacity. Here are some options :- AIBOULLY Chocolate printer, Micromake Food 3D Printer ,Printer F5 and ZMorph PX.

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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    there are pancake printers around and an add on for most i3's that seems to do as good job with chocolate
    Here you go: https://chocol3d.com/

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    Yes, I have also seen this. It seems an amazing pancake printer

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    Chocedge is good option.

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