Innovation that will leave your mouth watering

Innovation that will leave your mouth watering

If one of your unimaginable dreams is to be able to create edible works of art right from your kitchen, you can prepare your heart: with Cocoa Press, 3D chocolate printerThis idea becomes reality.

Priced at US$1,500 (about R$7,500), this machine brings a new dimension to cooking, allowing dessert lovers and 3D printing experts to transform their creations into delicious works of art using… chocolate.

Unique design and advanced features

Cocoa Press is designed for experienced 3D printing users to cook.

Although it requires assembly and some technical skills, its simplified structure, consisting of only four parts, makes cleaning and maintenance easier.

See below how it works:

Equipped with 0.8mm and 1.6mm precision nozzles, the machine offers a variety of printing options, from fine details to faster designs.

Simple and personalized creation process

To get started, simply load your chocolate into the printer and preheat it for 15 minutes. Users can choose pre-existing designs from Cocoa Press or create their own custom templates.

using Programming The PrusaSlicer cuts the design into layers, and the user can then print their creation accurately and easily.

Exploring new frontiers in confectionery

Cocoa Press is not just a chocolate printer; It is a revolution in 3D printing applied to the culinary arts.

Allow creation Chocolate Custom designs, intricate textures and designs impossible to achieve through traditional chocolate making methods, the cocoa press features a build size of 140mm x 150mm x 150mm and a 65g chocolate core.

The cocoa machine is not just a chocolate printer, but a creative tool that goes beyond cooking.

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With its ability to transform complex designs into delicious, personalized desserts, this innovation promises to revolutionize the way we look at art and food.

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