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Entrepreneurs Apply 3D Printing Technology To The Creation Of Cake Toppers

June 4, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
An enterprising young British couple who lacked an oven for baking has nevertheless launched a baking business using a printer that creates edible 3D sugar statues that can be eaten on their own or used as cake and pastry decorations. The couple, former architectural students, applied a 3D printing technology used by architects to create physical models of buildings prior to construction. Their first creation was a tiny cupcake topper that spelled a friend's name. The couple, which has partnered with celebrity chef Duff Goldman to create a large wedding cake embellished with their confections, firmly believes that the technology has opened up “a whole new set of possibilities” for the baking industry.
Sadie Whitelocks, "Is this the future of baking? The 3D printer that creates incredible confectionery from scratch", Daily Mail Online, June 04, 2013, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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