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How sweet is design? 3D sugar sweet and here’s how it’s done

The speed of 3D design is rapidly turning the most mundane of experiences into the most exotic. Take for instance the ability of chefs to delight customers with culinary delights that before were only the domain of master chefs and world class confectioners – sculpture.

Now the capability to program and execute complex shapes and creations is just the cost of a small printer, some raw sugar, and a few hours per creation. In a recent article on confectionary 3D modeling we see the capability and future of simple programming.

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