People 3D print an array of different things, but food is on an entirely different level. RCLifeOn took on this challenge when they 3D-printed a chocolate layer, which worked with a stepper motor rotating two gears that generated pressure to move the liquid chocolate down the nozzle. Now, RCLifeOn is 3D printing a pancake with Nutella and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
“It’s an awesome concept, and who knows, maybe Elon Musk will soon present his food 3D printer?,” says RCLifeOn. “For now I think we’ll have to wait for the future to arrive.”
Check out this 3D-printed pancake below. Would you eat it?
Filed Under: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • stereolithography, Motors • stepper, Product design