Candy Mechanics are a start-up based in London who can model a chocolate lollipop on your head. Narcissism and confectionery in one irresistible package.
Let's go take a look at what some of the leading companies and innovators in this segment, ChocEdge, 3D Systems, Hans Fouche, RIB and more, have achieved so far in 3D printing of sugar and chocolate based sweets.
The 3D printing service provider Visual First is helping its Dutch client The Chocolate Factory create 3D printed replacement parts. Using Stratasys 3D printing technology, the chocolate producer has increased production efficiency and reduced costs.
Architect Peter Zaharatos uses 3D printers to create moulds and make sculpture inspired chocolate bars at his Long Island City cafe, Sugarcube.
With the help of 3D Printing, one of the most loved chocolates bar from the 1980's in the UK has been resurrected - check out RichRap's version of the Trio!
Dutch Engineer Gosse Adama has done it again: With a bit know-how you now can build your own Chocolate 3D Printer made from Lego. Sweet!
Vacuum cleaner, vases or a fully functional lawnmower: Hans Fouche adapts large-scale production printing for home usage. Meet his marvelous functional everyday objects.