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Behold the shipping PancakeBot model

Make sure to batter up

Manual controls for fine-tuning

From picture to pancake?

Trace faces into designs first

My face in pancake batter

Me and my pancake

Bernie looks yummy

Trump with your bacon?

Hillary as sweet breakfast treat

A little Ted instead of toast

The final production model of the $299 PancakeBot was on display at IHHS 2016. It's available in hues of red and black.

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The PancakeBot relies on its own reservoir of batter which you supply.

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There's a control panel on the PancakeBot for tweaking the batter dispensing pressure as well as arm position.

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I challenged the PancakBot to turn a picture of my face into a pancake.

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You'll need to first use special software to trace photos into designs the PancakeBot can understand.

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Once the PancakeBot had the design, it began to pour batter in a shape to match.

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Here's how my pancake face and I looked side by side.

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The PancakeBot demonstrated the ability to print other faces from photos. These included presidential candidates such as Bernie Sanders shown here.

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Here's a pancake version of Donald Trump.

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This what happens when Hillary Clinton's image is drawn by the PancakeBot.

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How about tasting Ted Cruz's head as a pancake?

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