Cakewalk3d has developed an extruderle of food compatible with most 3D printers, which allowsPrint hundreds of different dishes at home.
Creating food with 3D printing is no longer a science fiction, but so far such technologies are used only by professional chefs in commercial kitchens.The founder of Cakewalk3d decided to develop equipment that will allow all those who want to use these methods at home.
The company's solution is a food extruder with a set mounts, turning a standard 3D printer into a gourmet food machine. The necessary support and auxiliary parts are also printed on the printer from the CAD files.
In addition to the extruder, the team offers a library of hundreds of models of dishes of various profiles and structures, including sweet, salty and vegan.The company expects that the new equipment will be in demand not only among cooks who prepare food for sale at home, but also amateurs.
Recall that recently, scientists have developed a simple method for 3D printing dairy products, allowing them to preserve their properties.</p>