3D Printed dessert chew ( Cakes – You choose design )

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Nowadays, we use 3D Printing in almost every field, so what about beautiful DESSERT?
Can we believe that with the help of Artificial intelligence, we can have our food 3D printed?
Now we don’t have trouble spending a lot of time cooking food. With a 3D printer and artificial intelligence, we can determine what we need in our food.

In addition to creating elaborate designs, 3D Printing can be used to customize desserts for individual customers. For example, a pastry chef could use 3D printing technology to create a custom cake topper that reflects the interests or hobbies of the customer. Sometimes we think this food has too much salt, sugar, or oil. We can control those things with our health records and Artificial Intelligent 3D printer. We have to do little work, fill in those ingredients, load the recipe, and the 3D printer will prepare our food according to our demands (based on health, vegan, vegetarian, or another kind of food).
Just a thought for the future!!!!

3D printing technology can indeed be used to create beautiful and complicated desserts. Chefs and pastry artists have been using 3D Printing to create unique and visually enchanting desserts for several years. Using 3D printing technology, chefs can create complicated molds for chocolates, cakes, and other desserts. They can also print detailed designs using edible materials such as chocolate, sugar, and fondant. This technology allows them to create complex and delicate shapes that would be difficult or impossible to make by hand.

In general, 3D printing technology offers an excellent opportunity for chefs and pastry artists to create beautiful and unique desserts that will impress their customers.


5 thoughts on “3D Printed dessert chew ( Cakes – You choose design )

    Dan the Young Scientist said:
    September 15, 2017 at 4:52 am

    So cool!

    babl responded:
    September 15, 2017 at 5:32 am

    Thanks. I really appreciate it. Have a great day.:)

    Dan the Young Scientist said:
    September 16, 2017 at 3:19 am

    You’re welcome.

    cindy knoke said:
    October 11, 2017 at 5:56 am

    So creative. I just love it!

    babl responded:
    October 14, 2017 at 2:26 am

    Thank you so much. :)

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