Chefs and cake makers that are looking for an easy way to create ornate shapes using icing and food, are sure to find the new plug-and-play Bocusini 3D printing food system interesting.
The Bocusini uses cartridges loaded with printable food together with a wireless user interface that can be used on tablets and smartphones to create 3D printed food items ready to use.
Watch the video below to learn more bout this new food 3D printing system that also has its own internet platform and open source food printing system.
Bocusini consists of a heated food printing head mounted to a standard 3D printer, its developers explain a little more.
“We are determined to open up the fascinating world of food printing for everyone. For this, we have developed Bocusini, the most affordable 3D food printing system. The Bocusini printer can be used right out of the box. It is plug & play. This makes it the perfect tool for creative chefs or confectioners as well as for creative end users.
Just plug in the printer, drag & drop your favorite designs from the Bocusini web platform, or easily create your own food ideas on your smart device – without prior software installation or food printing knowledge.”
For more information on the new Bocusini 3D printing system jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge from €249.