No longer confined to the lowly cube, now your sugar lump can be any convex polyhedron.
This crazy new 3-D printer works with sugar powders, flavorings, and food grade dyes in place of inks to create some really sweet treats. The results are stunning, and mind-blowing in a George Jetson kind of way.
Think what this could do for a Dia de los Muertos sugar skull?
Thinking of remodeling the kitchen?
Why not make room for one of these babies? The small ChefJet™ cost is under $5,000. And it comes with a digital cookbook! If you’re really ALL IN, The ChefJet™ Pro comes with a larger print size and prints goodies in full-color. The cost is under $10,000. Both will be available during the latter half of 2014.
And while your sugar cubes are printing, you’ll listen to this throw back soundtrack :
Geometry just got a whole lot sweeter. More about the inventors and this cool technology here:
3D Systems Introduces First Food-grade Dessert 3D Printer | WhiteClouds.
Fascinating story Lillian, the world is moving ‘forward’ in extraordinary ways isn’t it. We are off to an observatory later here in the Andes to look at that amazing solar system of ours….i’m just a ‘little’ excited! Much love x
Hi Liz, thanks for stopping by the blog! The ways in which geometry is being incorporated into daily consumer life is fascinating. It’s always there, but now getting “productized”…And how exciting to visit the mountain top observatory from the southern hemisphere! I so look forward to hearing all about it~ xo