It is called MyCusini 3D Choco, is easy to use, and allows you to make more than 1,000 sculptures of the finest chocolate by choosing flavors and colors according to your preferences.
More and more 3D printers are coming on the market every year: what we thought only a few years ago was a product intended for industry or professionals is, today, an established reality that we can find in anyone’s home. If you look hard enough, among the many 3D printers in homes around the world you might even find, a strange machine that can make chocolate sculptures. It’s called MyCusini 3D Choco and it looks like an interesting product.
It is not a fancy product, but rather the fruit of the work of a German startup, Print4Taste, which for some time now has been making a wide range of machines that can, just like a normal 3D printer, make sculptures out of the finest chocolate.
The German company provides the user with a database of about 1,000 models that can be made with different types and colors of chocolate. To choose the color, all you have to do is mount the appropriate cartridge, exactly like a normal printer, with the difference that, in addition to choosing the color, you can also choose the flavor. We are still talking about chocolate.
The product is, of course, edible. This is nothing new for those in the industry, who for years have been making wonderful chocolate creations with just the help of a sac a poche and their own imagination. The arrival of 3D printing in the kitchen had been talked about for years and might turn some noses up at it, who for years have worked skillfully without the help of a machine to make artistic edibles. Who knows what the great masters like Amaury Guichon, who have made chocolate sculpting a true art, think about it.
Author: Alessandro Volpe