Developed in collaboration with Hershey, the printer can create custom designs in dark, milk or white chocolate.
“We are now using 3D technology to bring Hershey goodness to consumers in unanticipated and exciting ways,” says Will Papa, chief research and development officer, The Hershey Company. “3D printing gives consumers nearly endless possibilities for personalizing their chocolate, and we look forward to continued development of this amazing technology.”
3DS is also showcasing its ChefJet printer series at CES, the first professional-grade 3D food printers, which produce full-color, edible 3D candies and décor.
Watch the CocoJet 3D printer in action here:
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