Chocolate: it tastes good but makes you fat. I'm actually in the process of weening myself off a four-Snickers-a-day habit but it's not going so hot (read: yesterday I had six and an Almond Joy). Enter the printer that can build things in 3-D chocolate by building them up layer by layer. CACAO!
Once the prototype becomes a finished product, it may find a role in the restaurant and food preparation industry.
"Obviously, it's chocolate, so it is hugely appealing," said Joanna Grant from UK online gift retailer findmeagift.co.uk.
But what is even more appealing, she added, is that customers will be able to design any object on a computer before hitting the print button.
Did you hear that? It was the sound of a million guys planning on sending 3-D chocolate versions of their penises (NOT b-holes -- those already exist) to their friends. You know, because that's what bros do. Plus share a blanket on movie night. Teeheehee -- your feet are cold, bro!
Thanks to Rev Dr Dom and Suppenkasper, who are both holding out for a printer that prints in cookie dough. MMMMMMM!!
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