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Take a look at the intricate, edible designs we saw from 3D Systems' ChefJet Pro, a prototype 3D food printer on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The ChefJet Pro is a large-format, full-color 3D food printer from a company called 3D Systems. It printed these sugar creations.
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3D Systems created these sugar cube towers over which you pour absinthe.
You can also use the ChefJet Pro to create sugar sculptures for use as cake (or cupcake) toppers.
Coffee would be so much more fun to drink with a few of these sugar cubes.
The ChefJet Pro created these flowers from dehydrated passion fruit.
3D food printing isn't limited to sweet creation. These wasabi eggs take a turn toward savory.
The only thing that's missing from this cool sugar sculpture is a superhero cake to put it on.
3D Systems shows examples of how the ChefJet Pro can upgrade cakes and event decor.
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