We all love food and design, while Unfold is redesigning its new Kiosk 2.0 with the support of Bits from Bytes and Polhemus, here is another perfect demonstration of what we can do nowadays thanks to the 3D printing technology. Green Geometries Laboratory designed this 3D food printer cart that allows you to print your food instantly, here in this case is to print chocolate with a Makerbot 3D printer. It would be lovely to see in the near future a cart on the corner of the street awaiting to 3D print food for you with your favorite flavors.
Source: Yanko design
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