Create Custom Chocolate Objects With This XOCO 3D Printer

Bringing 3D printing to the kitchen.

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3D printing has become increasingly prevalent in both the creative and sportswear industry, so it was really only a matter of time before someone came up with a way to use the same technology in the culinary world. Dutch design studio Michiel Cornelissen Ontwerp did just that by unveiling its XOCO 3D printer, a creative food tool capable of creating objects out of chocolate. Using a polar coordinate system with a rotating build plate and a single pillar, this culinary tool can create countless of objects with the help of an app and its library of chocolate designs from which users can choose. The objects can also be customized to the users liking. Unfortunately the XOCO 3D printer is only in the prototyping phase as of now but the design firm believes the tool will eventually hit the market at a price range of $500 USD to $1,000 USD.

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