edible fabbing at the Happy Chaos

On Saturday, I demonstrated the fab@home 3D fabber to the participants of the Happy Chaos symposium, using Nutella to print shapes on bread – something inherently sweet 🙂 The idea of using Nutella was actually pioneered by Frank Oxener. Though the material doesn’t allow to draw complex 3D shapes, as it melts away fast, it’s a nice way to raise awareness towards the FabLab itself.

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  1. Food Meets Digital Fabrication — 3D Printed Turkey and More! « Ponoko – Blog Says:

    […] Or if you prefer, Ákos Maróy has cleaned the turkey out of the Fab@Home nozzle and is printing Nutella on some cookies (via BioDisplay). […]

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