NOW MSN network has an article entitled Sweet new printer pumps out 3-D chocolate creations.
The posting was forwarded to me by Dennis DePape (an architect that I work with).
It is really interesting idea but a little late (perhaps 5-6 years). We tried to post a comment but alas the only comments that are allowed are those people who are part of Windows Live. No other ID’s are trusted (I guess that’s the implication).
Instead, here’s our comment:
” Check out Fab-at-Home.org. Circa 2006/2007 for Version 1. We at Open3DP got a Fab-at-Home and by the Spring of 2007 we were printing in Chocolate with a heated syringe to assist the chocolate flow. We even put down peanut butter (think peanut- butter cups).
The Fab-at-Home group have several write-ups on printing food.