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Rob Spiegel
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Printed chocolate has gotta be coming
Rob Spiegel   6/5/2013 4:23:57 PM
This concept just screams for chocolate. I'm not even kidding. Perhaps it would require a lower temperature process, but the results could be beautiful for weddings or centerpieces at conferences. I'm betting on chocolate.

JimT@Future-Product-Innovations
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Making it Edible - That's innovation
JimT@Future-Product-Innovations   6/5/2013 1:51:25 PM
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My first impression after reading only the headline, took me  back to my 6th grade art project where I built a medieval castle using sugar cubes  as the bricks.  (Cool project, I got an A+).  Keeping it around the house afterward was different story as ants quickly discovered it, and my mother banned it 'to the curb'.

Making the art projects as Edible to begin with – now there's a great innovation.  Congratulations to the von Hasseln's!

Elizabeth M
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Pretty sweet...
Elizabeth M   6/5/2013 8:00:12 AM
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Well, this is certainly not a 3D printing application I would have imagined! I am impressed by the intricacy of the designs. They remind me a bit of ice sculptures in terms of their sensitivity to the environment and their use of a delicate and changeable material, but of course not as cold and perhaps a bit more sticky. Interesting story to cover.

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