3D food printers are becoming a thing lately. We have covered a bunch of them here in the past. The Bocusini happens to be an open source food printer with a selection of easy to change cartridges to allow you to print all kinds of food. It can print bakery, meat & dairy, vegetables, and other food categories. The Bocusini features a heated food printing head mounted to a standard 3D printer.
This food printer is easy to use. Just plug it in, drag & drop your favorite designs from Bocusini’s web platform, insert your food cartridge, and you are ready to go. This 3D food printer is WiFi capable. Like what you see? You can find out more on Kickstarter.