Meet the RoVa-Paste printer: a 3D printer that lets you create prints using any material that is available in a paste (edible or not). The RoVa-Paste printer is safe to have at your place as it can print food based pastes like Nutella. There is no heat required either. What’s neat is you can replace the syringe, tube, and other parts for cheap.
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With this printer, you can print in soft and flexible materials or those that will harden into a solid structure. Here are the specs for this printer:
- Max Print Dimensions: 11.18″ x 11.88″ x 7.55″
- Footprint (LxWxH): 15″ x 10.75″ x 17.5″Z
- Resolution: 50um
- Software: Open source
- Heated Bed: Optional
- Heated Paste: Optional
- Heated Paste Nozzles: Optional
- Printing material: Silicone, Plaster, Drywall compound, Nutella, Peanut Butter, Icing
Like what you see? You can get this 3D printer on Kickstarter.
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