ChefJet 3D Dessert Printer

Jan 10, 2014

Category: Food, Tech

The Swedish Chef may have a few decades of experience on you in the kitchen, but with technology like the ChefJet 3D Printer behind you, you can quickly shmorfl de weedl (that’s ‘close the gap’ in jibberish).

3D Systems is proudly showing off its new countertop printer that’s aimed at the professional baker, cake king, or intense lover of perfectly shaped treats. Its build volume of 8x8x6” makes it great for single color confections and cake toppers. The Digital Cookbook, the simple software it comes with, puts you on the fast track to edible prints made with remarkable precision. You can create your masterpieces in a variety of flavors, like vanilla, chocolate, mint, sour apple, cherry and watermelon.

ChefJet 3D Printer 2

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