Print food like chocolate, traditional silicone and even concrete
The Imagine 3D Printer offers a different way to print in three dimensions because of the syringes it employs. Essential Dynamics, the makers of the additive design technology, believes that their system is unique to the market and is more versatile than other competitors.
The $3,000 machine can print food like chocolate, traditional silicone and even concrete. This ‘rough cut’ video we shot at CES 2012 has a member of the team explaining the technology:
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