Chocolate is favorite to everybody out there, I mean who doesn’t like to eat chocolate anyway. Scientists from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom, had been working on a prototype of a 3D printer that uses chocolate for printing instead of metal, wood, and ink alike regular 3D printers of latter-day.
Since they have perfected the functionality of this 3D chocolate printer it seems all set for a commercial release towards the end of this month. The scientists have kept the operation of this special printer fairly simple. All you need to do is to fill the syringe, already present in the 3D printer, with melted chocolate and push the button, rest will be taken care by this fanciful chocolate printer.
The 3D chocolate printer makes multiple layers of chocolate by using flat cross-section image just like a normal 3D printer.
Dr Liang Hao who is leading the project has been contacted by many retailers and e-commerce industry to own this innovation.
He expressed that their next target is to create chocolate oriented Website. “Chocolate has a lot of social purpose, so our intention is to develop a community and share the designs, ideas and experience about it.”