Behold, The Easy Cheese 3D Printer! (VIDEO)

What if there was a machine that didn’t require a user to fill up a print cartridge that would then be used to extrude the food from. What if it automated an extrusion process which thousands of Cheese-loving people do every day? That’s exactly what one man named Andrew Maxwell-Parish had been wondering.

Maxwell-Parish, who manages acreative technology and interactive electronics maker space at California College of the Arts, has a knack himself for making incredible gadgets. As a graduate of mechanical engineering at the University of Minnesota, many of his projects are well ahead of their time. Among them; Messenger Bags, Booty Box, Wu-Tang Can, and now the Easy Cheese 3D Printer.

Fairly self explanatory, the Easy Cheese 3D Printer fabricates food items using an Easy Cheese aerosol-like can. Built on a Cartesian-style 3D printer frame with three axes, the printer’s movements are controlled in a similar fashion to any FDM/FFF 3D printer you may have seen on the market. That’s where the similarities end, however. … (read more)

Source: 3Dprint.com

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