Led by the University of Exeter, the University of Brunel and application developer Delcam, researchers in UK have presented to you
the world's first 3D chocolate printer. Temperature control is important in making cholocate, therefore it is a big challenge to work with this substance. However Dr. Liang Hao and Professor Richard Everson chose to make it because it was easy to get the material and the consequence for mistakes is small.

After uploading 3D CAD designs and setting up sepcial designed temperature and heating controls, 3D printer print the chocolate in
real. The two innovators has made the 3D printer one step close to the comsumer. Imagine in future we all can print at home self-designed chocolates and give the our beloved ones. Isn't it sweet?

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