We recently brought you the news of the launch of a line of 3D food printers for the home and now the same company has announced a deal that will see them create a machine that prints using chocolate.
The ChefJet printers are aimed at home bakers and cooks with the company behind them, 3D Systems, hoping that mass experimentation will lead to the discovery of new uses for their technology.
After launching their first line of consumer based printers 3D Systems have just announced a deal with the chocolate company Hershey's that will see them begin work on a chocolate based printer system.
There's no talk as to whether the machine will be made available for the public.
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