3D-printer, which is used as a toner favorite foods – the dream of every chef. Startups from Munich created the first device that not only can “print” dish, but also has a compact size and is connected to the source of data on Wi-Fi. This home appliances of the future – according to experts, the price of implementation of the technology is rapidly declining, and soon similar devices can be installed not only in high-end cafes, and purchased for home use. The project has been posted on Kickstarter; per day for its implementation has collected more than 18 out of 30 thousand euros, and the cost 3D-printer with basic supplies just 249 euros.
With Bocusini can be printed on labels and cakes, and other items for decoration of dishes, for example, cute frogs of marzipan, edible city in miniature, perfect flowers. According to the developers, printing decorations done in a few minutes, the Product Sheet spent quite sparingly. For example, one 60-mL cartridge accommodating 100g marzipan, can make up to 15 skyscrapers size comparable with it.
Create layouts figures, which will then be printed in the 3D-printer, it is offered in an intuitive application for a tablet or smartphone. The data is then transmitted Bocusini on Wi-Fi, and begins the process of printing.
What you can print the 3D-printer for food? Startups have already successfully tested the 30 major categories of products: marzipan, chewing gum, jelly, cookies, meringue, biscuits, potato crisps, savory snacks, purees, sauces and pastes of fruits and vegetables, pate, cream cheese, and others. The process of developing technologies for creating printer for food took more than 20 years; four weeks (in the case of successful fundraising, of course) for Bocusini can begin a new stage of realization of the idea to life.