3D Cheese Printer

Kevin

Code Monkey
Staff member
Joined
Mar 20, 2004
This, and a box of crackers would entertain me for hours! :clap:


Hey, @Azhria Lilu, did you ever find 'cheese-in-a-can' over there?
 

Tom

An Old Friend
Joined
Dec 6, 2004
Location
Gulf Coast
The main problem with that is the cheese doesn't cut off flow as soon as you stop pressing. Find a way to cut the flow cleanly and there could be an artistic use similar to stippling. Layering the effect could create 3d shapes, block or balloon lettering for a Cheese & Crackers experience of a lifetime.

Great idea, needs mechanical refinement. Perhaps if the Cheese Wiz can is loaded into a delivery module that is pressurized and has computer controlled variable nozzles. Perhaps printing onto an edible media like prosciutto or pepperoni sheets?

Are we witnessing the dawn of a new era of food?
 

Kevin

Code Monkey
Staff member
Joined
Mar 20, 2004
Perhaps a swing-away blade so that when the mechanical arms moves back to stop the flow of cheese the blade would then swing to cleanly stop the flow. For simplicity purposes ideally it'd be a matter of just being able to grab a can of cheese from your local grocer and insert it into the machine like an ink cartridge.
 
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