It certainly does. The Evil Mad Scientists have some key realizations about making junkfood in a fab: sugar is cheap, precision isn't important, and hot air guns are cheaper fusers than lasers. This looks totally build-able.
Link (Thanks, Douglips!)
Our design goals were (1) a low cost design leveraging recycled components (2) large printable volume emphasized over high resolution, and (3) ability to use low-cost printing media including granulated sugar. We are extremely pleased to be able to report that it has been a success: Our three dimensional fabricator is now fully operational and we have used it to print several large, low-resolution, objects out of pure sugar.
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