Choc Creator, the world’s first 3D chocolate printer was developed by a team of researchers at the University of Exeter and is now available to purchase. The printer has been listed on eBay by the company behind it, Choc Edge.
3D chocolate printers can directly produce 3D chocolate objects without using expensive molding tools. It can also deposit complex and artistic 2D patterns onto other foods or substrates siilar to a chocolate chef pipes chocolate onto cakes, dishes, deserts, etc. The 3D chocolate printer can be broadly used to make creative, artistic, personalized and decorative chocolate products and gifts.