There are many fancy 3D printers on the market. In fact, you will be able to order food printers and more sophisticated 3D printers soon. 3D chocolate printers are nothing new. But they do cost a ton of money. ChocaByte aims to change that. Can you really get a decent chocolate printer for $99? We are a bit skeptical. Nevertheless, these guys plan to offer a chocolate printer that can be used by anyone. It is expected to be small and create chocolate pieces that are 2″ by 2″ by 1″ in size. Here is how this chocolate printer will work:
To use the printer (once you have your choc design), you simply heat the chocolate cartridge in the microwave or hot water, then place the cartridge into the printer and press start. A hard chocolate print is made in less than 10 min, and ready to eat instantly.
We would love to see an affordable chocolate printer. How decent ChocaByte will be is anyone’s guess at this time.