[KwartzLab] I bet it smells better than acrylic...
doug at moens.org
Mon Dec 10 13:20:33 EST 2012
Well, there are other CNC options.
As far as I know, Fab at Home is still the leading 3D printer for
printing edible cookies. I imagine that finding dough recipes
compatible with the extruder is one technical challenge. Here's a
photo, before the cookie is baked:
The CandyFab 6000 3D printer was looking promising back in 2009, but
progress seems to be stalled. But it's open source, and working
prototypes have been built. It prints objects made of sugar.
And a few years back, ThinkHaus was successfully laser engraving
chocolate bars, then eating them.
On 10 December 2012 12:48, Agnes Niewiadomski
<agnes.niewiadomski at gmail.com> wrote:
> I make a gingerbread house every year, and was hoping to try some laser
> cutting in my sculpture this year...but I like to eat it too, so maybe this
> isn't the route to go after all.
> Thanks for the link Mark.
> On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 12:33 PM, Mark Pitcher <markpitcher at gmail.com>
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