3D Systems bought Sugar Lab a few months ago and today, among a few new printers unveiled by the company this week, 3D Systems introduced the ChefJet series of 3D printers, an entirely new 3D printer category of kitchen-ready 3D printers for edibles.
The first two printers in the series are the monochrome, countertop ChefJet 3D printer and the full-color, multi-flavor ChefJet Pro 3D printer. Both printers are targeted at professional baker, cake master, and high-end event and restaurateur markets. Equipped with The Digital Cookbook, ChefJet software for the non-CAD user, the ChefJet printer series enables stunning edible prints to be incorporated into any professional kitchen.
The ChefJet 3D printer is a monochrome, countertop-sized printer with a build volume of 8x8x6" making it ideal for single color and single flavor candies and cake toppers. ChefJet printable materials come in a variety of flavors including chocolate, vanilla, mint, sour apple sugar and cherry sugar. ChefJet isexpected to be available in the second half of 2014 and will be priced in the sub-$5,000 range.
The ChefJet Pro 3D printer is a full-color, multi-flavor, large-format printer with a build volume of 10x14x8". ChefJet Pro materials can be mixed to create chocolate mint candies or full-color, mixed sour apple and cherry candies. ChefJet is expected to be available in the second half of 2014 and will be priced in the sub-$10,000 range.
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Graham Thorogood wrote at 6/17/2014 6:58:59 PM:
Who thinks Mr $DSystems lloks like an Abba tribute trying to act like Steve Jobs?