Engineered to print intricate confections, like multicolored candies and wedding toppers. The ChefJet Pro uses powdered printing sugar in flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, mint, and watermelon. Courtesy of 3D Systems
The ability to create food with the press of a lever has been a science fiction staple for decades. While 3D food printers have not reached Star Trek levels, they can make simple foods, and will soon be pressing and cooking your burgers. Here are a few new products—and a taste of what’s to come.