As more and more companies fill the market with 3D printing products, the idea that we could one day press print on our breakfast is becoming more of a reality every day.
The latest company to get into the game is the German start Print2Tastewho have produced a food printer that they say can print amazing details with products likes liver pate, cookie dough, mashed potato and even jelly. The company have raised funds to launch there printer through the crowd funding site Kickstarter.
As part of their promotion campaign, they have released a set of videos that show the Bocusini printer in action.
Take a look - there's some other vids of the machine in action below.
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