Belgian Miam Factory launched 3D printing production of chocolate
19 April 17Belgian Miam Factory launched 3D printing production of chocolate
Everyone knows that Belgium produces the most delicious chocolate. Therefore, it is not surprising that it is Belgium, where a small factory for the additive production of chocolate appeared. Miam Factory was founded by representatives of the Laboratory of Smart Gastronomy at the University of Liège.
The idea of 3D printing of chocolate products appeared thanks to food 3D printers installed in the laboratory. Today, experts use them for printing delicacies of various forms: in the form of animals, eggs and other objects. For example, one of the customers, the local brewery Bertinchamps, asked the startup to print chocolate bottles.
The founders of Miam Factory say that they can fulfill any chocolate fantasy of the client. The 3D printer prints layers with a minimum thickness of 0.2 mm. The process of creating original sweets takes from 10 minutes to 3 hours, depending on the shape of the product. The maximum height of one object is 20 cm. And important thing is that chocolate masterpieces can be eaten immediately after printing.
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