2015 Mustang 3D Printed in Chocolate

2015 Mustang 3D Printed in Chocolate
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Ford has released a video showcasing the first-ever 3D-printed car that you can eat.

The American automaker 3D printed the 2015 Ford Mustang in chocolate and candy thanks to Ford’s partner at 3D Systems and The Sugar Lab. The companies were able to take the full CAD drawing of the 2015 Ford Mustang and transform it into a one-inch bite of chocolate.

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The printer uses an inkjet print head to very precisely paint water onto a dry sugar substrate where that model exists in that cross section. The video also showcases the 2015 Ford Mustang being 3D printed in standard plastic.

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