Candyfab 6000: latest rev of 3D sugar-printer

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11 Responses to “Candyfab 6000: latest rev of 3D sugar-printer”

  1. TroofSeeker says:

    @manicbassman: “… your problem was you used the term “3-axis stereolithography”… if you’d said it would be a 3D printer and could “print” solid shapes he might have seen it…”

    Bass Man- the term ‘stereolithography’ didn’t exist yet. The weird part is that his company was building large 5-axis CNC routers! He should have seen the value of the design, especially for prototyping. Everything we needed to build one was laying around.
    [I wasn't an employee- he brought me in as a mfg. consultant, to streamline his production floor.]

  2. Anonymous says:

    But it can’t print chocolaty nougat.

  3. IWood says:

    Ja, but how is die Süßigkeit tasting?

  4. Johnny Cat says:

    Data, put the turbolifts back online.

  5. ackpht says:

    Needs a laser. Fifty watts ought to do it.

  6. TroofSeeker says:

    Having worked in numerically-controlled glue dispensing, I once proposed a 3-axis ‘stereolithography’ machine to the boss, before the word was invented. He couldn’t see it. I drew it up. Still have the drawings. He still couldn’t see the value of it. Oh well. Good thing I’ve got better things cooking.

  7. Anonymous says:

    SWEEEEEEET! ! !

  8. manicbassman says:

    #5… your problem was you used the term “3-axis stereolithography”… if you’d said it would be a 3D printer and could “print” solid shapes he might have seen it…

  9. Mitch says:

    What happens when a colony of ants discovers this
    device?

  10. airship says:

    I want one to make candy whistles.

  11. Halloween Jack says:

    Did someone make a Toot Sweet there? Chitty Chitty Bang Bang FTW!

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