World’s first chocolate printer

Published on February 8, 2012

Last year, a clutch of researchers at Britain’s University of Exeter developed the first 3D–ever chocolate printer—and the world rejoiced. The device, which the team called ChocALM for Chocolate Additive Layer Manufacturing, uses the principles of rapid prototyping to layer molten chocolate, rather than plastic, into any shape imaginable without a mold.


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