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3D Printers Create Edible Objects

By Gerard @presurfer
3D Printers Create Edible Objects
The computational synthesis laboratory at Cornell University and the New York City-based French Culinary Institute have teamed up to construct novel edible objects with 3D printers that use pureed foods in place of ink. Miniature space shuttles made of ground scallops and cheese are among the masterpieces that had already been made using 3D food printers.
They already printed everything from chocolate, cheese and hummus to scallops, turkey, and celery. Pastes made of different foods are squirted from nozzles inside the box-like printer, which carefully controls their position at all times.The Presurfer

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